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  1. Michael Buchoff

    Fully cleaning a changeset

    So we finally got around to applying the script above and it seems to almost work. There's a delay of a few minutes, followed by a long list of del command deleting the ignored files/directories. Unfortunately, the final del command is: Apparently, there's a built-in time limit for the cm status command to run. Is there an option to turn that time limit off?
  2. Michael Buchoff

    Fully cleaning a changeset

    Just wanted to bump here. Does anyone know a way to fully clean a Plastic revision, including unversioned files?
  3. Michael Buchoff

    Fully cleaning a changeset

    Wow, thanks for the fast response! When I tried cm unco --all, it undid all my changes, but didn't delete all the private, hidden, and ignored files. When typing cm unco --help, the help text doesn't mention the --all switch, so maybe there's a way to ask for this as well? Edit: cm version tells me I'm running 6.0.16.1765.
  4. Michael Buchoff

    Fully cleaning a changeset

    As part of our automated build process, we want to undo all changes and delete all added files (ignored and hidden) before building so that we're starting from a completely clean changeset. We've experimented with various cm.exe options, but haven't found any combination that does what we're trying to do. As a workaround, we typically delete the entire directory (with rmdir /s /q) and check it back out, but occasionally the directory doesn't delete successfully; one of the background processes such as an antivirus or plasticscmshellextensionproxy.exe probably has lock on it. What's the preferred way to completely clean a changeset? Thanks in advance.
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