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is significantly quicker. With this release, we've introduced
support for Bazaar's new stacked branches feature.
Over to Launchpad Code developer, Jono Lange, for details:
Stacked branches work just like normal branches but hold only
the history that differentiates them from the project's
So, if you upload a branch to a project that already has its
trunk branch in Launchpad, you're uploading only the
differences between your work and the trunk.
Stacked branches mean that uploading a large project's code to
Launchpad can now take just a couple of minutes. To use them, you
need to upgrade your branches to Bazaar format 1.6 and run Bazaar
1.7 or later.
See Jono's blog post for more detail:
This bug affects me too
If you've ever come to file a bug and found that it's already
been reported, you may have wanted to let the project know that
you too have been affected.
Trouble is: many projects find "me too" comments unhelpful
because they don't add much to the discussion.
Launchpad's new "This bug affects me too" feature lets you record
just that but without the guilt! Give it a go in our staging
We'll use the "me too" data in future to help projects identify
Also in Launchpad 2.1.10
You can find the full details of this release on its milestone
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