push + bind in a single operation ?
John Arbash Meinel
john at arbash-meinel.com
Mon Sep 18 23:34:17 BST 2006
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Matthieu Moy wrote:
> I'm trying to make my collegues use bzr for projects we work on. It's
> not easy, they still send me their files by email, but it's on the
> way ;-).
> One thing is that we're all working on private machines (mostly
> laptops), so we need to publish our branches. Still, we're working
> online most of the time, so bound branches are the solution.
> Once I've set up my archive, I tell them to
> 1) bzr branch
> 2) bzr push sftp://public-machine.com/path/to/branch
> 3) bzr bind !$
> But I'm wondering how to make it _even_ simpler by making 2+3 a single
> command. Probably this could be
> bzr push --bind sftp://public-machine/path/to/branch
> Indeed, we already have "branch + bind" as the single command
> "checkout", so it doesn't seem irreasonable to have the dual.
I agree that we want something like this. I don't know that 'bzr push
- --bind' is the best solution, because we are trying to avoid the 'bind'
terminology (since it is inconsistent with checkout).
bzr push --make-checkout
Would be reasonable?
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