bzrtools- cbranch sets parent
John Arbash Meinel
john at arbash-meinel.com
Fri Jul 21 14:55:17 BST 2006
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I've started using 'bzr cbranch' as a nice way of creating feature
branches for development.
I've found it really is easier to use, rather than typing all of the
commands by hand. But the one thing it was missing was the ability to
set the default 'bzr bundle' base.
The attached patch updates 'cbranch' so that after branching it sets the
submit location to the branch we came from. (arguably it could set
parent instead of submit location, either one works for my use case)
Anyway, with this patch, I can have a local and remote repository, and do:
bzr cbranch ../bzr.dev feature-foo
bzr commit -m 'added feature foo'
bzr bundle > feature-foo.patch
And submit it to the mailing list. Overall, a lot less typing of urls.
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