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========================================================= Perforce support for Ruby is a re-implementation of the Perl plugin. Ruby is the official programming language of the Apache Software Foundation. This is a simple ruby script that will print the changelist number. The changelist number is not accessible in Perforce via the API. This is because there is no changelist number in the API response. Usage: ../P4Ruby Cracked Version -c./changelist.rb Example Output: ============================================== Hello World! Enter Perforce changelist number: ============================================== 25 Hello World! Enter Perforce changelist number: ============================================== 26 If I execute the above commands in the command line on my PC, I get the output shown above: And finally, the changelist number is not accessible via the API, only through the command line: So, the question is: Is there any way to get the changelist number from Perforce without using the command line? Thanks! A: There is not a way to get the changelist number from the Perforce API, but if you want to pull the changelist number from the source code you can see that there is a CL_NUMBER public variable in the Perforce source code: So, as always with Perforce, you can use the source code as the reference for the API's public variables. UPDATE: In response to your comment about how to get the changelist number in the Ruby APi. You can get the changelist number by using the File plugin and then calling the GET_CHANGELIST method: require 'pp' client = Perforce.new client.host_url = "" client.login("root", "password") # List all changelists pp client.get_changelist_list(false) # Retrieve changelist 25 file_id = client.get_changelist_list(false).find { |file| file['file_type'] == 'file' }['files'] file = client.get_file(file_id['name']) if file['is_changelist'] print "In changelist #{file['id']}: #{file['name']}" pp file['id'] end --- name: create




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