[MERGE][PQM] Re: Config-manager
nick.allen at onlinehome.de
Sun Jul 13 22:29:14 BST 2008
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Thanks for your feedback and for working on this. I hope the situation
will change soon and I will be able to setup a gatekeeper style workflow
with littly effort in the not too distant future...
Daniel Watkins wrote:
| Hi Nicholas,
| On Sat, 12 Jul 2008 22:51:50 +0200
| Nicholas Allen <nick.allen at onlinehome.de> wrote:
|> I'm trying to setup PQM for a personal project. When I run it I get a
|> problem that it can't import config-manager. Why does PQM need
|> config-manager in order to run?
| It is currently possible to get PQM to use a config-manager recipe at
| some point during its functioning. This functionality is currently on
| its way out (provided lifeless is happy with this happening).
|> ImportError: No module named pybaz
| Ben has covered this in his email.
|> Why do I need pybaz? I assume this is for the old bazaar (before
|> bazaar-ng later renamed to bzr) and I don't need this at all.
|> Shouldn't it work without this? Only if my PQM config file needs it
|> then it should try to load it.
| I agree. The attached shifts the import of config-manager into only
| those places that need it, which will hopefully get around this problem.
|> There is basically no user documentation on config-manager or PQM. I
|> guess Bazaar is the only project that uses these as I have spent a
|> long while trying to get this to work but to no avail. I complained
|> about this months ago but the documentation status hasn't appeared to
|> change at all since then.
| I'm spending this summer working on PQM. Included in this will be work
| on the documentation, though I intend this to happen once some of the
| more obvious code cleanup has happened (as some of these will affect
| the docs fairly fundamentally).
|> Since this is one of the workflows promoted by bzr, it would be nice
|> if it were actually possible for the average user to setup a
|> gatekeeper style workflow using these programs.
| I absolutely agree, and hopefully will be able to do something to work
| towards this.
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