using qt bazaar (just like the first time)

Asked by aPlatypus on 2010-05-16

Hey gang,

I am familiar with python, and new to bazaar. For the moment I'm using git, and would prefer to move to bazaar. The question is where to begin, is there a nice example for simple / common workflows with bzr?

Secondly, how can I get qBazaar working. I've installed bazzar, and that works fine from the command line.

What do I do to invoke qbzr commands?

Thanks in advance,

   Will

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aPlatypus (william-full-moon) said :
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In another message, there was a comment abotu what happens when I enter: bzr qlog

All i get is an error from BZR, as follows.

C:...> bzr qlog
Bazaar: C:\bin\python\v2.6\Scripts\bzr.bat
Unable to load plugin 'qbzr'. It requested API version (2, 1, 0) of module <module 'bzrlib' from 'C:\bin\python\v2.6\lib\site-packages\bzrlib\__init__.pyc'> but the minimum exported version is (1, 17, 0), and the maximum is (2, 0, 4)
bzr: ERROR: unknown command "qlog"

Does this indicate a mismatch in python packages?

w.

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Gary van der Merwe (garyvdm) said :
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On Sun, May 16, 2010 at 11:31 AM, aPlatypus
<email address hidden> wrote:
> C:...> bzr qlog
> Bazaar: C:\bin\python\v2.6\Scripts\bzr.bat
> Unable to load plugin 'qbzr'. It requested API version (2, 1, 0) of module <module 'bzrlib' from 'C:\bin\python\v2.6\lib\site-packages\bzrlib\__init__.pyc'> but the minimum exported version is (1, 17, 0), and the maximum is (2, 0, 4)
> bzr: ERROR: unknown command "qlog"
>
> Does this indicate a mismatch in python packages?

Yes. You have bzr 2.0.4 and probably qbzr 0.19 beta 1, which requires bzr 2.1.

I would recommend using the all in one "standalone" windows installer
from http://wiki.bazaar.canonical.com/WindowsDownloads. It includes
qbzr, and Bzr Explorer, and you don't have to worry about which
version of the plugins is compatible with which version of bzr. This
will add a item in the windows start menu for Bzr Explorer.

You may want to look at one of these tutorials:
Quick CLI Tutorial: http://doc.bazaar.canonical.com/latest/en/mini-tutorial/
Full CLI Tutorial:
http://doc.bazaar.canonical.com/bzr.2.1/en/tutorials/tutorial.html
GUI Guides: http://doc.bazaar.canonical.com/explorer/en/guide/

HTH

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