CVS to Bazaar using cvsps-import
dev.mansonthomas at gmail.com
Mon Oct 6 19:31:43 BST 2008
Ok, I've read a bit about the distributed concept.
Anyway, I still have this need :
I'm coding from multiple computer (ie same person behind muliple computer,
same project, working on the same 'logical branch') :
- My home computer
- My laptop
- My company computer
Also, contributor may want to join.
I'd like to publish my commit on my linux server at home for the following
- It's backed up (RAID 1 + backup export to a remote site)
- If my last change is on my laptop, in a cvs way of thinking, I would do
a commit so that my changes are available to my other machine.
- have a place where official build are
Isn't it right to want to do that?
On Mon, Oct 6, 2008 at 19:34, Paul LeoNerd Evans <leonerd at leonerd.org.uk>wrote:
> On Sat, 4 Oct 2008 16:26:57 +0200
> "Thomas Manson" <dev.mansonthomas at gmail.com> wrote:
> > So the output will be the actual bazaar repository?
> Coming from CVS, you're thinking about things in a bit the wrong way. CVS
> has a "repository" which is the entity that lives on the server, and
> various checkout directories, which live on the "clients". The repository
> itself has a location (the CVSROOT), and each project stored there has a
> name (the module name).
> bzr doesn't do this. A bzr "branch" stores a project's revision history,
> and a "checkout" is a place to work on the files stored there. There is
> no distinction between the identity of a branch, and a location you can
> access it from. The branch stored at e.g.
> http://bazaar.my.company/code/thing is just that - a bare location.
> Any way to access that branch (HTTP, local file, SFTP, ...) counts as a
> server. A "server" or "central repository" is a concept bzr itself
> doesn't have; it comes as a consequence of your procedures to access it.
> For example, you might have an SFTP server called repo.my.company.name
> which you declare as the server. This is an entirely human-level concept
> which bzr doesn't care about. The output here in your case, is a
> directory tree containing branches. This tree is suitable for use as such
> a server.
> Paul "LeoNerd" Evans
> leonerd at leonerd.org.uk
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