The p4 command equivalent to something like svn status

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How to find untracked files in a Perforce tree? (analogue of svn status)

I want to know what p4 command that will show me which files have changed, which files are not checked in, etc.

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If you're using perforce properly, "p4 opened" is what you're looking for. It will tell you what files you have opened for change. If you want to be able to change files locally, THEN open them for edit (or delete, etc.,) then you're walking out of the usage patterns that perforce expects users to abide by and you're treading on dangerous ground.

Perforce does provide mechanisms that will allow you to detect these things - if you're going to insist on working this way. "p4 fstat" will allow you to get the expected md5sum for a file from the server. Comparing that with the local md5sum will tell you if the file has changed. You could, alternatively, compare file dates - if the modification date on your local machine does not match that given by fstat, you can be fairly certain that it has changed, but to be certain, you'd have to do the md5sum check.

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