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  1. Anyway to do this with the Jenkins 'Selector' interface? I can't seem to set this up. Ideally would like to be able to say update, with resolve conflicts accept head.
  2. Mostly it would have been assets that are modified dynamically, programmatically while working in the editor but only committed once someone explicitly wanted to make the change shared. An example might be something like a cache file, a global material. Though it is understood to avoid this VC noise as much as possible. In any case I see that I can use Gluon and the main Plastic viewer on the same instance of the workspace so for now I'll just do it that way (switch tools). For some reason I thought I was unable to use the Plastic default Client on a workspace setup with Gluon.
  3. It would make sense that there would be an option in the tool - since I imagine the use case is a file you want to be able to be shared but most users changes are local only. There would still be people who would need to commit changes periodically. I guess temporarily hacking the file to not ignore the changes works, though little clunky for a tool like Gluon.
  4. I think there's a misunderstanding, I can edit /commit the hidden_changes.conf.. but I can't commit any files listed in hidden_changes.conf - since I can't seem them.
  5. Reading this guide: https://www.plasticscm.com/documentation/gluon/plastic-scm-version-control-gluon-guide It says to enable 'Show Hidden files' - which seems to have been removed https://www.plasticscm.com/download/releasenotes/8.0.16.3750 So I guess my question is how would someone using Gluon commit changes to these files? Or is that not possible anymore?
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