Importing from plain HTTP?
gauldong at gmail.com
Fri Jul 13 10:47:56 BST 2007
On 7/13/07, Martin Pool <mbp at sourcefrog.net> wrote:
> On 7/13/07, Hendy Irawan <gauldong at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Is it possible to import a file into bazaar directly from HTTP? (without
> > special consideration by web server/webmaster)
> > So the workflow goes like:
> > 1. First import from HTTP site
> > 2. I make a branch of that import
> > 3. Work on the branch
> > 4. Sometimes synchronize the import with the original HTTP site if it
> > updated
> > 5. Merge the import to my branch
> > 6. Send a diff of the branch vs. import to the original webmaster, to be
> > merged
> > 7. Repeat step 3-6 as necessary
> > Note that the file on the web server isn't a bazaar repository/branch,
> > plain HTTP served file.
> There isn't builtin support, but you can do this after a fashion.
> Make a branch on your local machine representing the upstream web
> site. From time to time use a mirroring tool to update it from the
> web site, then commit in that bzr branch, then merge it into your
> working branch.
Thank you Martin.
Yeah I guess so...
So for step #3 in my described workflow, I'd do a 'wget http://........ &&
bzr ci -m "Update!"'
:-) I guess that should work for now :)
Hendy Irawan -- Yahoo: ceefour666
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