The Perforce Workshop is maintained by Perforce Software to support our community and open source developers at large in building and sharing tools using Perforce.
You will find several Perforce-initiated open source projects
a fully portable alternative to
make(1), as well as source code
for some Perforce products such as P4Perl, P4Ant, and the classic
You are welcome to contribute to any of the software or documentation in the Perforce Workshop. If you're simply interested in seeing how Perforce works, you'll find the Workshop to be an accessible model of real, distributed, concurrent source management in action.
We have some tips on how to looking information on this website.
If you plan on contributing to the Workshop, have a look at the following guide:
Please do not download software from this site unless you have read the statement below and agree to it:
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY: For any and all software downloaded from the Perforce Workshop: Perforce Software, Inc. disclaims all warranties, either express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
[http://www.perforce.com/ Perforce] provides a code collaboration platform that can be used to track shared software development with distributed teams. A Perforce server stores files in a depot, and developers all over the world can submit changes to the depot. The orderly management of file changes and merges is provided by the [http://www.perforce.com/product/product_features Perforce Version Management and Collaboration system].
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