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Since Gluon defaults to have no files/folders added to your workspace, and seeing as there's probably a reason why someone is adding a workspace (i.e. to get files/folders), why not put you right into the configuration screen? This has stumbled a few people who didn't know why they weren't pulling any files and it's annoying to resolve it remotely since you have to go step-by-step verifying everything they've done.
I made some bad commits, so using Plastic SCM on Workstation "A ", I deleted the changesets and updated my workspace to an earlier point. Working in Unreal Engine, I had to update thousands of binary assets, so I turned off version control... Unfortunately, when I went to SCM to check my files in, Workstation "B" happens to have many of these same assets checked out from one of the deleted changesets in Gluon. Now I can't checkin my changes on "A" because they're locked on "B" and I can't undo my changes and checkin the files on "B" because the changeset is gone. If I try to do an "Undo" in Gluon on the changed files, I get a message that the file can't be downloaded, was "probably" replicated with --nodata and is not in the repository. How can I force Workstation "B" to check in files it can't find in the repository in Gluon? Is there some way that I can abandon the workspace on "B" and re-create it? Thanks in advance! -Donald
Hi! I'm new to PlasticSCM and am setting up a new repository on the cloud service. I'm a developer using the PlasticSCM client proper, which is working fine... but when I set up Gluon for our artist, I'm getting weird errors. Several hundred files appear to be locked and checked out to the artist. The Check In option isn't available. And when we try Check Out, there's an error message saying "These items are exclusively checked out by [artist name]." Is there anyway to reset the checkouts on these files? Thanks, Brian