Sharing Branches

Asked by Hal on 2012-06-06

I am having trouble creating a branch from an existing repository, that I can be shared among other users. I can create the branch, and work with it fine, and merge changes. But other users cannot "see" this branch. Its purely private to me (or so it seems). I either am missing a step or don't have the correct syntax. I am using this example:

$ bzr init-repo --trees tmp
$ cd tmp
$ bzr branch http://bzr-project.example.com/foo.stable/ current
$ bzr branch current bugfix

This scenario "works" as long as I am the only one needing to access "bugfix" branch. What am I missing?

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John A Meinel (jameinel) said : #1

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On 6/6/2012 7:15 PM, Hal wrote:
> New question #199610 on Bazaar:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/bzr/+question/199610
>
> I am having trouble creating a branch from an existing repository,
> that I can be shared among other users. I can create the branch,
> and work with it fine, and merge changes. But other users cannot
> "see" this branch. Its purely private to me (or so it seems). I
> either am missing a step or don't have the correct syntax. I am
> using this example:
>
> $ bzr init-repo --trees tmp $ cd tmp $ bzr branch
> http://bzr-project.example.com/foo.stable/ current $ bzr branch
> current bugfix
>
> This scenario "works" as long as I am the only one needing to
> access "bugfix" branch. What am I missing?
>

Bugfix the branch only exists on your local machine. You need to 'bzr
push' it to a shared location for other people to see it.

John
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Hal (hal-foobox) said : #2

Thanks. But I guess that is getting into another problem as I get a completely different error now (nothing to do with original issue).

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