[MERGE] `bzr init` will now print a little less verbose output.

Christophe TROESTLER Christophe.Troestler+bzr at umons.ac.be
Tue Jan 6 23:37:06 GMT 2009

On Wed, 7 Jan 2009 00:13:55 +0200, Marius Kruger wrote:
> === new ===
> $ bzr init
> /tmp/x
> Created a standalone tree (format: pack-0.92)

I presume you meant it to look like

  $ bzr init /tmp/x
  Created a standalone tree (format: pack-0.92)
> === new ===
> $ bzr init-repo -q /tmp/r
> $ bzr init /tmp/r/x
> Created a repository tree (format: pack-0.92)
> Using shared repository: /tmp/r/
> $ bzr init sftp://guest@localhost/tmp/r/y
> Created a repository branch (format: pack-0.92)
> Using shared repository: sftp://guest@localhost/tmp/r/

Do we want that asymmetry between the shared repository and the
branch?  Why not

  $ bzr init /tmp/r/x
  Created the branch x (format: pack-0.92)
  in the shared repository /tmp/r/

and similarly for the second one?  Now, in order to be completely
homogeneous, one would also then want (I use "branch" in place of
"tree" to match "bzr branch" -- less vocabulary is better for

  $ bzr init /tmp/x
  Created the standalone branch x (format: pack-0.92)


  $ bzr init
  Created a standalone branch in the current directory (format: pack-0.92)

My 0.02€,

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