Konqueror Plugin for Bazaar/QBzr?
nichols7 at googlemail.com
Tue Dec 2 17:24:21 GMT 2008
Enrique Ramirez <enriquein <at> gmail.com> writes:
> This is pretty much what got us thinking in the direction of
> Konqueror. Well that, and the fact that qbzr uses qt for its gui and
> Konqueror does as well (although I'm sure it adds little or no value
> to the purpose of integrating bzr). Also, I noted that Konqueror has
> plugins for CVS and SVN, although being honest I haven't sat down and
> played with it yet.
> Just a thought, I'll look into it and if something comes out of this
> I'll be sure to announce here in case it interests anyone.
As a very quick hack, I ended up just setting the qadd / qpush / qcommit tasks
as Konqueror servicemenu items -- a very long way from perfection, but for my
users preferable to "Open Terminal Here" and typing the bzr commands each time.
Code is at http://gist.github.com/31180
"Push" doesn't work as expected (you need to be in a subdir of the bzr dir for
it to work) but in general you can just open the dir in Konqueror, right-click
in "white space" and choose Actions | Bzr ...
Clearly this approach could be extended to allow `bzr add` of individual files /
subdirs, but this seems like a dead-end it's missing the ability to see a list
of all files with status info, with actions dependent upon status (as in
Tortoise, for example).
Tested with bzr 1.10-rc1, qbzr 0.9.5, bzrtools 1.10.0 on Gentoo.
Hope it's useful to someone.
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