PyPerforce 0.4 has now been released.
PyPerforce is a Python package that allows you to connect to a Perforce server and execute Perforce commands on that server from Python code.
New Features in PyPerforce 0.4:
* Added KeepAlive support to Connection and ClientApi classes. You can now provide a callable Python object that is called periodically during long operations to check if the results are still needed.... read more
PyPerforce 0.3a1 Release
PyPerforce: A Python interface for the Perforce SCM.
PyPerforce is a Python package that allows you to connect to a Perforce
server and execute Perforce commands on that server from Python code.
PyPerforce handles parsing of Perforce forms and results natively, simplifying
automation of Perforce operations.
PyPerforce has been written with high-performance applications in mind and
supports executing multiple commands on a single connection. PyPerforce is both
thread-safe and thread-friendly and integrates well with asynchronous servers
using the Twisted framework.... read more
PyPerforce 0.2 beta 1 has been released and is now available for download via the files section.
- A new convenience syntax for initialising Connection parameters.
- Extensive documentation updates (http://pyperforce.sourceforge.net/doc/)
- Fixed some issues with building rpms on linux and cygwin. (#1455704)
See release notes for a detailed list of changes.
http://sourceforge.net/project/shownotes.php?release_id=414469&group_id=162781... read more
The beginnings of some online documentation for PyPerforce has been added to the webpage that should help users to get started using PyPerforce.
The initial documentation includes instructions for installing PyPerforce and a tutorial on basic usage of the library. This documentation is expected to grow in the near future to include more tutorials, examples and API documentation. Stay tuned!
A snapshot of the latest development version of PyPerforce has been released and is now available in the files section.
This release represents the initial open source release of PyPerforce which was developed by Lewis Baker at I-SiTE 3D Laser Imaging (http://www.isite3d.com). I-SiTE has decided to release this project to the open source community in the hope that others will also find it useful and contribute to its further development.... read more