commit emails from a central server with bzr 2.6
robertc at robertcollins.net
Fri Jun 7 03:32:30 UTC 2013
On 7 June 2013 15:30, Robert Collins <robertc at robertcollins.net> wrote:
> On 7 June 2013 15:18, Glenn Morris <rgm at gnu.org> wrote:
>> Last question, I hope... :)
>> If I have the bzr-email plugin installed on my local machine, then when
>> I make a commit to the Emacs repo on Savannah, my local machine also
>> tries to send a commit email. This happens to fail (because my local
>> machine isn't configured to send external mail), but I'd still like to
>> stop it. I thought that adding an entry to ~/.bazaar/locations.conf on
>> my machine might do this:
>> post_commit_to = False
>> But it just tries to send email to "False". Same with None, or .
>> Is there a way to disable it locally, while still having it enabled on
>> the server?
> Try that, but
> post_commit_to = ""
> I hope a present key will override.
> If that doesn't work, we'll add a little override to let you force it
> on/off irrespective of being configured.
or set the push_pull setting *of* in your locations override, because
that is what the server is handling.
This is a little ugly I acknowledge, but I don't have time at the
moment to figure out how to tell the local bzr-email that bzr-email is
installed remotely and thus handling things.
Robert Collins <rbtcollins at hp.com>
HP Cloud Services
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