Smart server progress: take a look!

Robert Collins robertc at
Tue Mar 6 13:05:16 GMT 2007

On Tue, 2007-03-06 at 23:27 +1100, Andrew Bennetts wrote:
> There's no good way to configure it at the moment, but I believe the
> capability
> is in the code, at least for the smart operations (obviously anything
> that falls
> back to file-level access will bypass the hooks).  The bzr+ssh://
> transport
> basically just runs a "bzr serve" command on the remote end, which
> would load
> plugins and process the config file just like any other bzr
> invocation. 

One thing that could be done to make this happen orthogonally to getting
'commit' etc hooked into the smart server is to add server methods for
'post_pull_hook' etc, and fire them off from RemoteBranch.

This would be useful and a good introductory task for hacking on the

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