cpinto at yimports.com
Fri Apr 18 20:53:43 BST 2008
thanks for pointing that out, looks like a good enough solution, but I
have one more question: following on your example, is it possible to
only checkout a directory inside subproject? So it becomes:
bzr co http://host/project
bzr co http://host/otherproject/directory project/directory
On Sex, 2008-04-18 at 13:00 -0500, John Arbash Meinel wrote:
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> Celso Pinto wrote:
> | Hi everyone,
> | is it possible to have, or somehow emulate, nested branch trees with
> | bzr?
> | Regards,
> | Celso
> I'm trying to understand what you mean by "emulate". At the moment there is no
> problem doing:
> bzr checkout http://host/project
> bzr checkout http://host/subproject project/subproject
> However, "bzr status" and "bzr commit" will both not recurse into the subproject.
> I believe Wouter van Heyst has taken over Aaron's work to enable "subtrees" such
> that 'bzr status' and 'bzr commit' can track them. It is also designed such that
> doing "bzr checkout project" would then check out "subproject" automatically.
> I think the work is mostly done (the internals have been capable of representing
> it for a while, we just needed the UI finished up). But I know Wouter has been
> kept busy with Real-Life(tm) stuff for a while.
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