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And submitted find the NBA 2K18 MT changelist and store it as builder_output_changelist.Command: p4 changelists -s submited -u builder_user -m 1.Example Output: p4 change Press the Magic ButtonYou can have a magic button, a batch file, or simply sync to label through p4v. The double label in the command is peculiar p4 syntax that preserves workspace files not part of the label.Command: p4 sync _label,_label5b Checking for Available UpdateHow can the magic button check to see if an update

available? The -n symbol means preview only. If text returned by the following command ends with "- file(s) up-to-date." then the user is fully synced to the Cheap NBA 2K17 MT label. Any other text means there are files to update.Command: p4 sync -n _label,_labelBonus ThoughtsNo operation listed is destructive. If users have local changes to a file within the magic_sync_label set a standard conflict will occur that can be resolved. You can use -n on all commands for preview testing purposes.

to a builder produced label is awesome and I highly recommend it. It's easy to do and in highly volatile in-development environments it can make a world of difference.I'd like to end this post with an open question, how do users sync in your office? Have any cool tricks or setups to share? Discuss in the comments below!FootnotesAssuming your builder runs tests and verifies that it *actually* works. And using App Verifier of course!Hence the name magic sync button.[

piece was reprinted from AltDevBlogADay, a shared blog initiative started by @mike_acton devoted to giving game developers of all disciplines a place to motivate each other to write regularly about their personal game development passions.]This week's edition of Critical Reception examines online reaction to a recently released downloadable version of Sega's classic platformer Sonic CD, which reviewers describe as "the perfect 2D Sonic game." Sonic CD currently earns a score of 88 out of 100 at Metacritic.com.Dave Rudden at Official Xbox Magazine scores Sonic CD at 9 out of 10. "Even with Sonic the Hedgehog's return to form in nba18mt this year's above-average Sonic Generations, we've still been yearning for the 'perfect 2D Sonic game' on Xbox 360," he begins. "Luckily for us, Sonic CD already exists, and it's only $5 on

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