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Re: VC and bzr.

From: Jan D.
Subject: Re: VC and bzr.
Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2010 13:58:01 +0200
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Jan D. wrote:
Andreas Schwab wrote:
"Jan D." <address@hidden> writes:

Yes, I know I have a few local branches.  But sometimes it has to go to
savannah, or it will always be your private work.

So push it when and only when it's ready.

Push takes the same amount of time. There is advantage to commit from VC, Changelogs and vl-logs are available in buffers for example. It is kind of ironic to have a version control system for Emacs that can't be used from within Emacs.

Besides that, the wiki says this is a bad idea:

It might occur to you to save some effort by just doing bzr push directly to the upstream master from inside the TASKNAME branch:

      cd $DEVHOME/emacs/TASKNAME
      bzr push sftp://address@hidden/srv/bzr/emacs/trunk/

Do not do this — it can cause history to be displayed in a strange way in the upstream master, any mirrors or branches of it, and your own branch later. Search for the word “hidden” in this mail for more details.

        Jan D.

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