Branch fails from 'pack-0.92' repo to 'rich-root-pack' repo

Ben Finney bignose+hates-spam at
Sun Apr 20 13:26:52 BST 2008

Aaron Bentley <aaron at> writes:

> Ben Finney wrote:
> > Ben Finney <ben at> writes:
> > 
> >> bzr> info
> >> Standalone branch (format: pack-0.92)
> >> Location:
> >>   branch root:
> >>
> >> Related branches:
> >>     push branch: 
> >>   parent branch:
> >> bzr> get be.upstream/
> >> Revision {('abentley at',)} not present in "<bzrlib.knit.KnitGraphIndex object at 0xf7041590>".
> >> bzr>
> That command works fine for me, but I am not creating the branch in
> a shared repo.

That's pretty much the point of my exercise: I'm trying to use shared
repositories, and they keep breaking in unexpected ways.

Are you able to reproduce the failure I get, following the case given
at the start of this thread?

> You may need to run "bzr reconcile" on your shared repo first.

Under what circumstances would that need to be done? This is a
freshly-created repository, explicitly created for this test case.

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Ben Finney

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