Automate push after commit?
nick.allen at onlinehome.de
Tue Mar 10 14:14:57 GMT 2009
In case anyone's interested I have now added "Commit and Push..." to the qbzr-
eclipse plugin. I will do a release soon but it is in trunk already...
On Tuesday 10 March 2009 12:53:47 Nicholas Allen wrote:
> I think it would be useful if there was a way to automate a push after a
> commit (if a push location has been specified for a branch). I know a
> similar thing can be achieved with a bound branch but when the bound
> location is remote a commit can take 10-20 seconds and this is seriously
> annoying. If I commit locally the commit is a fast operation but I don't
> get the benefit of a remote backup and notifying my peers of my changes. I
> can always push manually but it would be nice if there was an automated way
> to do this.
> The advantage of commit and then pushing is that the commit completes
> faster and I can continue working on the working copy while the push is in
> progress. At least it is my understanding that I should not modify working
> copy files while committing so committing and pushing avoids this problem.
> Another option would be for Bazaar to make a quick copy of the files that
> have to be committed prior to a commit and use these files for committing
> instead of the ones in the working tree so the user can modify them while a
> commit is in progress.
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