The instructions in this guide are for registered Workshop users only.
By registering, you can contribute to, comment on, or just follow your favorite projects.
A registered account is not necessary to browse the Workshop.
This guide assumes that the reader is already familiar with the basics of Perforce usage. If you are a new Perforce user, we recommend reading the following documentation to get started:
Perforce client software is freely available on our downloads page.
Simply submit a file named
README.md to your main branch.
Your project page can contain any information you think will be useful to other users.
Remember to keep your project page updated. Over time, you may wish to add more detail, announce new features, et cetera.
You are responsible for verifying the accuracy and appropriateness of any content you submit.
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