Recipes vs. Looms vs. pipelines
aaron at canonical.com
Wed Dec 16 19:20:04 GMT 2009
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Barry Warsaw wrote:
> When I'm developing bug fix or feature branches, I
> always like to have the devel branch as the bottom thread in my loom. Note
> too though that I want control over when I update the bottom thread
> independently of when I update the devel branch.
What advantages does that gives you? Do you find you miss those when
working on non-loom branches?
> This is something that feels more natural to me in looms than in pipelines.
bzr-pipeline is meant to allow you to use your normal development habits
as much as possible. In fact, a normal branch is also a pipeline with a
single pipe. When you are normally working on a normal branch, the lack
of an upstream pipe should feel perfectly natural, so why does it feel
less natural when you add a second pipe?
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