Public Access to Perforce?

Nat Lanza nlanza at
Wed Aug 18 19:31:53 PDT 2004

csj wrote:
> Perforce license not only limits the user number but also the client 
> number. I don't think a read-only account will work.

That's not how the Perforce license we have at work is set up. It's 
purely number-of-users based. Perforce's pricing page also indicates 
that there isn't a limit on the number of workspaces associated with a 
non-evaluation license.

The evaluation license has limits on both users and clients -- is that 
what you're thinking of?

FWIW, I'd love to see a public read-only Perforce account set up.


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