Asked by Marjorie Galindo

do you have any tutorial for this tool, because I can't understand the proceeding for create a project from the begining
I'm trying to create a project with three diferent branches, which proceed from the same trunk and every time that I try to add a new branch to the project it throws an error, and when i tried to commit the project it says you should provide a commit message, even when i put a message in the instruction, so i think that I need a tutorial to go step by step

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Alexander Belchenko (bialix) said :

As of today I have some docs in scmproj source tree, docs subfolder. Also available on-line at http://bialix.com/scmproj/docs/

You may be interested in this document http://bialix.com/scmproj/docs/howto.html

In very short you should use the following commands

1) `bzr project-init` - create empty project (locally or on remote server)
2) If you have project locally then start to add components to it with `bzr project-add`
3) Then make a snapshot of the project state with `bzr project-commit`
4) Now it's worth to push your project to remote server with `bzr project-publish`
5) If you have new revisions on remote server then you want to update your local copy with `bzr project-update`
6) If you don't have local copy of the project then you should use `bzr project-get` before you can execute steps 2-5.
7) Every time you want to create a snapshot of the state of your entire project, i.e. to record which component has which revision, to re-create the very same state later, you should remember about `bzr project-commit` and `bzr project-publish`.

That's basically all. Read help for specific commands like this: `bzr help project-init` to learn more.

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Alexander Belchenko (bialix) said :

Answer added in the comment above.

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