[RFC] Moving uncommited changes from a tree to another.

Martin Pool mbp at canonical.com
Thu Aug 10 07:29:01 BST 2006

On  9 Aug 2006, John Arbash Meinel <john at arbash-meinel.com> wrote:

> I *think* he means the same idea about 'common' plugins. Right now, I
> think 'bzrtools' is filling that role. The Launchpad plugin is always
> bundled (and always active). But bzrtools is the only one with a real
> package, and thus the only one that 90% of the people use.
> I'm not sure how we would ship things with the core of bzr. But I think
> having a recommended/standard set of plugins would be wise.
> Then the developers could all have them installed, and a plain selftest
> run would run all of those tests.

Yes, I meant the same thing as core plugins.  They're a middle ground in
the sense that everyone gets them, but they're technically separated,
and can potentially also be maintained as a separate plugin.

We should stay open, as here, to bringing things from plugins in to the
core if the benefit:complexity tradeoff is worthwhile.


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