[Numpy-discussion] BzrMirror page on numpy wiki

Eric Firing efiring@hawaii....
Thu Jan 10 00:31:03 CST 2008


Thanks, that's great.

I am curious: how did you do the conversion?  Did you work directly from 
the existing svn repo or did you make a local mirror first?


David Cournapeau wrote:
> Hi,
>     I started a page on how to use bzr, with a link to an import I have 
> done on the numpy trunk:
> http://scipy.org/scipy/numpy/wiki/BzrMirror
> I thought it would be useful for people not familiar with DVCS, and are 
> curious to try. In perticular, since I have done the svn->bzr import, 
> the distributed bzr binary will work out of the box on windows and max 
> os X (leopard).
> For now, I only wrote how to do basic things like getting the 
> code/log/annotation/status, nothing related to actual hacking of the 
> code inside the  numpy code. Also, the mirror is pure http, which means 
> it will be pretty slow to get the code the first time (I don't have 
> access to more than bare http). For information, a full checkout (with 
> all the history since 2001, trunk only) takes 30 Mb, without counting 
> the working tree.
>     cheers,
>     David
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