Python plugins, third round

Michael Ellerman michael at
Thu Jun 16 07:23:02 BST 2005

On Thu, 16 Jun 2005 03:48 pm, John A Meinel wrote:
> Martin Pool wrote:
> >I'd also like --no-plugins, which would disable them altogether, and
> >sometimes be a better choice than 'bzr builtin'.
> So are you thinking that:
> bzr builtin command <= run the built-in form of command, but still load
> plugins
> bzr --no-plugins command <= don't load any plugins

That makes sense.

You might want to use the builtin form of a command but still use a 
non-standard branch class for example.

And it *might* be nice to have:

bzr --disable-plugin=foo command

to only disable one plugin. Although then you might need --enable-plugin, hmm.


Michael Ellerman
IBM OzLabs

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