Query about selecting version on remote hosts

Russel Winder russel.winder at concertant.com
Thu Apr 9 09:57:31 BST 2009

Is there an easy way of enforcing selection of a specific version of
Bazaar on the remote machine when doing a push over SSH.

I am using bzr.dev locally and it all seems to work fine with all the
plugins I have.  However when I do a push to a remote machine I am
getting messages:

No module named filtersbzr+ssh <      0KB     0KB/s |                                                                                                                                        
Unable to load plugin 'svn' from '/home/users/russel/.bazaar/plugins'
No module named filters
Unable to load plugin 'svn' from '/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/bzrlib/plugins'
No new revisions to push.      

I am hypothesizing that instead of using ~/bin/bzr which is the first
Bazaar on my search path (and is a symbolic link to a
bzr.dev/bzr), /usr/bin/bzr is being used (which is 1.13 and so unable to
cope with svn 0.6dev).  There must be a way of making consistent the
version of Bazaar being used on the remote machine.

(In fact the remote machine in this case is my file server hence the
commonality of ~ between client and server.)

Any thoughts?

Dr Russel Winder                 Partner

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