[IPython-dev] bzr - what am I doing wrong?
Ville M. Vainio
Wed Jun 4 10:09:13 CDT 2008
On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 5:53 PM, Fernando Perez <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> What is the correct mechanism for getting the trunk changes that come
> from other developer into ipfix? Because at some point you still need
> to make sure you get those as well, so that you stay in sync with
> them. Should you do the same as above but iptrunk<->ipfix? Or can
> you push from iptrunk like this?
> cd /iptrunk
> bzr pull # from lp/upstream
> bzr push ../iptrunk
No, there is no point in doing both push and pull because both
operations make the repositories equal.
After pulling, you can just delete your ipfix branch and create a new
branch when you intend to do a change.
Let's assume that you start up by NOT having an ipfix branch. You
commit the changes directly to iptrunk branch, and attempt to push
hack hack hack
BRANCHES HAVE DIVERGED error
Now, you need to get the changes from others, so you create the ipfix
branch and get a pristine, most recent version of trunk:
mv iptrunk ipfix
bzr branch lp:ipython iptrunk
bzr merge ../ipfix
bzr push <== now, this will succeed.
The important thing is to minimize the amount of merging, and
generally not merge stuff from others - just merge stuff to trunk, not
the other way around. Of course you *can* merge stuff from others if
you need to, but don't make it a habit "just to be sure".
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