bzr-svn still broken in 2.0rc2

Martin Pool mbp at
Sat Sep 19 00:29:06 BST 2009

2009/9/19 Óscar Fuentes <ofv at>:
> Upgrading to 1.18 broke bzr-svn, as it triggers a bug on subvertpy that
> prevents pushing changes to svn repos. Well, this is in Windows, in
> Ubuntu bzr-svn is removed when you upgrade to bzr 1.18 via
> because the bzr-svn package
> there is marked as incompatible with bzr 1.18. Same for the beta/rc
> ppa. IIRC someone promised to update bzr-svn on the ppa as soon as
> Jelmer returned from vacation, but things stay the same.
> Just downloaded the bzr-2.0.0rc2-4-setup.exe installer for Windows and
> the outdated buggy bzr-svn and subvertpy are still there.
> What's the point of a rc that contains known critical bugs on popular
> plugins? What's the point of a rc which final release will contain (I
> hope) a different version of a popular plugin?

Thanks for raising it, this does sound like a problem.

So just to be clear, you're saying that bzr-svn is now fixed (in its
latest release?) but not yet updated into the ppa and the windows
installer?  Which bugs?

Martin <>

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