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Fri, 19 Oct 2007
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perforce devel  Deleted files touched by this commit Restricted Perforce client and server
Chase updated binaries.

Bugs fixed: (from release notes):

    #136755 **
        A perforce server could shutdown with the message
        "License expired" even when a new license with a valid
        expire date was put in place (either manually or with
        the 'p4 license' command).  This only happened if the
        license that the server was originally started with
        became out of date.  (Bug #24800)

    #136742 **
        'p4 obliterate' under certain conditions could purge an
        archive file which still had lazy copies pointing to it.
        This change prevents that from happening.  (Bug #26682).

    #136586 **
        In certain cases inconsistent results depending on depot
        path could be observed for some commands.  Typically when
        this happened an unrestricted 'p4 sync' would bring back
        correct behaviour.  This problem only occured when a file
        that had been previously synced was no longer mapped by the
        current client view and the client path name had a '.' in
        a significant position of its path.  This has been fixed
        (Bug #24943, #26541).

    #135236 **
        Unintegrated revisions prior to a delete could cause
        undesirable file re-branching in subsequent integrations.
        This change brings back an older behavior, which is to
        not re-branch from revisions prior to a delete when the
        target is also deleted. (Bug #25662)

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