jelmer at samba.org
Tue Nov 24 11:15:21 GMT 2009
On Sat, 2009-11-21 at 07:42 +0000, Russel Winder wrote:
> On Fri, 2009-11-20 at 10:56 -0600, Jelmer Vernooij wrote:
> > > OK so I guess bzr-cvs and bzr-git have conflicts. As you say removing
> > > bzr-cvs cures my problem.
> > Not sure I follow, how is bzr-git involved here? This merely seems like
> > a bzr-cvs problem to me.
> Hummm... this may be another indirect artifact of NFS mounted filestores
> -- or there is something very weird about my workstation set up.
> The circumstantial evidence is that everything other than bzr-git works
> in the presence of the bzr-cvs plugin on all machines. bzr-git
> operations seem to work fine in the presence of bzr-cvs on machines not
> employing any form of NFS. bzr-git operations fail as indicated
> mentioning the bzr-cvs plugin on my workstation which has all the user
> filestore mounted over NFS.
> This may be a red herring.
> Given the bzr-cvs plugin doesn't seem to provide any positive
> functionality, at least not that I use, not having it isn't a problem.
> Still the fact that its presence of absence only affects bzr-git
> operations on some machines is indicative of a data coupling of some
> sort between them.
You're just checking out a branch on Launchpad (lp:dulwich) which is in
the 2a format. This doesn't invoke bzr-git in any way, even if this
branch was originally created using bzr-git by Launchpad.
Does the command work if you disable bzr-git?
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