"P4V considered harmful..."

…to my sanity.

Manager set up a Perforce client on his Windows box, then we changed the directory that was set for its root. We could not get p4v to use the new directory. Even deleting the workspace, restarting the client, refreshing the workspaces, and creating a brand new workspace with the same name didn’t work. It still thought the files should be located in the non-existent directory from the earlier incarnation of the client.

We had to use a different client name to avoid this over-aggressive local cache of data it had no business caching in the first place.

Also, to make the process more funtedious, the client-editing window kept spontaneously resizing itself to be slightly taller than the screen, every time we opened it or tried to resize it to fit.

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