For openSuse?

Asked by VcDeveloper on 2010-02-11

When will there be a openSuse version? I have Bazaar, but I'm not much of a command line person. The only way I can use it now is to make VBox VM with Ubuntu 9.10 and use it as a server for my development team.

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On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 7:03 PM, VcDeveloper
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> When will there be a openSuse version?  I have Bazaar, but I'm not much of a command line person.  The only way I can use it now is to make VBox VM with Ubuntu 9.10 and use it as a server for my development team.

I couldn't say when someone will step up and package it for openSuse.
Perhaps you can ask that them to include distro packages. But
installing from source isn't hard.

mkdir ~/.bazaar/plugins
cd ~/.bazaar/plugins
bzr branch lp:bzr-explorer explorer

To start explorer, run:

bzr explorer

Cool!

...I did what you have there, but I get this error. How do I correct this?

eqmiller@subversiondeve:~> bzr explorer
invalid syntax (<string>, line 1)
Unable to load 'bzr-explorer' in '/home/eqmiller/.bazaar/plugins' as a plugin because the file path isn't a valid module name; try renaming it to 'explorer'.
bzr: ERROR: unknown command "explorer"

On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 9:49 PM, VcDeveloper
<email address hidden> wrote:
> ...I did what you have there, but I get this error.  How do I correct
> this?
>
> eqmiller@subversiondeve:~> bzr explorer
> invalid syntax (<string>, line 1)
> Unable to load 'bzr-explorer' in '/home/eqmiller/.bazaar/plugins' as a plugin because the file path isn't a valid module name; try renaming it to 'explorer'.
> bzr: ERROR: unknown command "explorer"

Are you sure you ran exactly "bzr branch lp:bzr-explorer explorer"?

It needs to be in ~/.bazaar/plugins/explorer not ~/.bazaar/plugins/bzr-explorer

Oooops! I left that out!.... redoing right now.... be right back!....

Ok, now It needs QBzr:

eqmiller@subversiondeve:~/.bazaar/plugins> bzr explorer
bzr: ERROR: Bazaar Explorer requires QBzr. Please install QBzr (https://launchpad.net/qbzr)

Do I execute the command line in a similar way to install QBzr and will there be any other modules I need?

I got it running now! Thanks for your help!...