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Thu Jun 12 23:09:36 BST 2008

branch HEAD bug-1234', and it will create a directory representing the new
branch.  I know I can issue a 'bzr checkout' inside this directory, but I cannot
target that checkout to single files, so it seems as if I need to copy the
entire source tree in order to create a branch that I can work on.

This is, of course, only my current understanding, and is probably off by a
great deal.

Currently, I use a homegrown piece of software that simply creates a directory
on a task-by-task basis and then copies individual files from HEAD into that
directory (along with CVS files) as I specify them.  These files can then be
'cvs up'ed to get any updates to them or published directly to test my changes.

I would like to replace the niche this tool occupies (bug/task-based branching)
with Bazaar.  Thoughts?

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