Whole tree up to date before committing

Aaron Bentley aaron at aaronbentley.com
Tue Oct 27 01:37:57 GMT 2009


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Óscar Fuentes wrote:
> But now that you mention it: on very large projects with lots of
> developers (think on KDE) even the short time bzr requires may be a
> problem. On that scenario, be sure to write your commit message before
> updating your local branch, because if you are a slow typist, maybe your
> commit window is gone when you finish :-)

If you don't use -m, commit will pop up a nice window when your commit
is almost complete, where you can type at leisure, because you hold a
branch lock.  Nice try, though. :-)

Aaron
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