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  1. How can i get my active workspace on my Plastic SCM interface in command line
  2. Good Day! I am trying to use the commandline to: Find branches by attributes (I have this working). Find Code Reviews by the reviewed object. For example, if I find a branch that is ready for integration (step 1 above), I want to be able to find any code reviews on that branch. So far, I can cm find reviews where status=1 on repository 'X', but I need to also find it by the reviewed object. I have not been able to figure out the column name for 'reviewed object'. Any assistance would be appreciated. Thanks, Tom
  3. We have checked out an repository and ran some tests in in. This action marks some files as changed. When trying to update the workspace via commandline, it always fails: C:\.jenkins\workspace\PRJ\rep>cm update --override . Searching for changed items in the workspace... The workspace cannot be updated since there are pending changes. Please review the pending changes and retry the operation again. So far, reasonable. But when adding some options to ignore this and to force update, the error still persists: C:\.jenkins\workspace\PRJ\rep>cm update --override --ignorechanges --forced
  4. Good Day - I need to use the CLI to get a list of all files changed within a given branch. I know how to get the changesets and the revisions, but how do I get the actual file names? For example, I need to take /main/Defect 1234 and use the CLI to list out all the files which were changed or added therein. Thanks, Tom
  5. Hi, I'm trying to move an old vss project to a plasticscm repo call Projects. I use the following script that I generated from vss data so the revisions are kept (hence the two checkins) : cm mkwk "004 Log Eta" "C:\workspaces\projects\004 Log Eta" "--selector=C:\workspaces\projects\004 Log Eta\selector.txt" pause cm add "C:\workspaces\projects\004 Log Eta" cm add "C:\workspaces\projects\004 Log Eta\LOG_ETA.PAS" cm add "C:\workspaces\projects\004 Log Eta" cm add "C:\workspaces\projects\004 Log Eta\NOTES.TXT" cm add "C:\workspaces\projects\004 Log Eta" cm add "C:\workspaces\projects\004 Log
  6. Howdy, I'm trying to script Plastic into an existing system.. I need to be able to recursively check in a whole directory so to achieve this i've been trying to: cm ci -R /path/to/dir/in/workspace However i get an error about the -R option.. Unexpected option -r The weird thing is, thats a lowercase r it's compaining about?? Isnt it case sensitive? and if so whats making it lowercase? Thanks
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