[RFC] Fix Bug #220331
daniel at daniel-watkins.co.uk
Fri Jul 11 10:34:26 BST 2008
On Fri, 11 Jul 2008 12:05:35 +0300
Audrius Kažukauskas <neobug at tornado.ktu.lt> wrote:
> Right now I am at EuroPython sprints. This is my first time sprinting
> and I happened to choose to work on bzr. So far it's quite a nice
> experience. :-)
Sprints are always fun. :)
> There's one question that started bothering me after the commit ─
> should the test work in Windows also? Because bzr is multi-platform
> project and my test assumes Unix-like environment.
Tests should work on Windows, which is yet another reason to use the
Bazaar test infrastructure. :)
> If I understand correctly, I should get rid of the finally part, yes?
Yep, the Bazaar test infrastructure will handle all of the cleanup for
> Also what I should do now? Fix my branch or clone the new one and
> make the changes there? I apologise for asking this, but I am
> unfamiliar with the right conventions used in larger projects with
> lots of developers (as I mentioned above, I use distributed source
> control systems only for my personal stuff).
Well, the standard way would be to make the fixes in the same branch
and then use 'bzr send' (as I assume you did before). This will
produce a merge directive which contains the full patch between the
most recent revision in your branch and bzr.dev, as well as a bundle of
revisions so other bzr users can recreate your branch.
Daniel Watkins (Odd_Bloke)
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