CVS conversion: merged branches not in shared repo
aaron at aaronbentley.com
Wed Apr 1 16:41:38 BST 2009
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Greg Ward wrote:
> BTW, I'm running 1.13, and it appears that "bzr log" == "bzr log -n0"
> == "bzr log --long".
> No funny options needed to find the former head
> of 3-6-1, just a visual scan. Too bad the visual scan is needed:
> isn't there some sort of label for the head (or former head) of a
> branch, the way Git and Mercurial work?
In Bazaar, the label for the head of a branch is the branch itself.
Since you're suppressing some branches, you have to work around it for
the ones you didn't mean to suppress.
Bazaar also supports tags for revisions, but these are arbitrarily
assigned by the user.
> Just to clarify: this is a one-time operation that only has to be done
> by the admin post-conversion, right?
Yes. In fact, I'm not sure I understand the question. No one's going
to be deleting branches from your repository unless they're supposed to,
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