Qt frontend for Bazaar

Ok how do I run qbzr?

Asked by Rob on 2008-12-08

This is no doubt a very stupid question, but how do I _run_ qbzr once it's installed? All I see is an __init__.py and running that leads to an error:

<blockquote>
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\win_progs\qbzr\__init__.py", li
    from bzrlib import registry
ImportError: No module named bzrlib)
</blockquote>

My problem might be related to a bad install. I installed the dependencies I could but I might have missed something. Python 2.5 was already installed before I started.

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2010-05-16
Lukáš Lalinský (luks) said : #1

QBzr is not a standalone application, it's a plugin for Bazaar. Once you have Bazaar and QBzr as a plugin installed, you can run commands like "bzr qlog", "bzr qcommit", etc.

Rob (rob-theplacid) said : #2

================
Lukáš Lalinský proposed the following answer:
QBzr is not a standalone application, it's a plugin for Bazaar. Once you
have Bazaar and QBzr as a plugin installed, you can run commands like
"bzr qlog", "bzr qcommit", etc.
================

Ok and if it says:

C:\win_progs\Bazaar>bzr qlog
bzr: ERROR: Not a branch: "C:/win_progs/Bazaar/".

...when you type bzr qlog, what do you do then?

-Rob

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Gary van der Merwe (garyvdm) said : #3

You need to run qlog in a directory that is a branch. You can either create a new branch using "bzr qinit" or get a copy of an existing branch using "bzr qbranch".

I recommend that you read http://doc.bazaar-vcs.org/latest/en/mini-tutorial/index.html to get basic principles.

aPlatypus (william-full-moon) said : #4

This has confounded me as well. No point making the best product in the world, if no on know how to start-it-up for the first time.

As to this idea, I tried this: 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.

Gary van der Merwe (garyvdm) said : #5

On Sun, May 16, 2010 at 11:28 AM, aPlatypus
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> aPlatypus posted a new comment:
> This has confounded me as well.  No point making the best product in the
> world, if no on know how to start-it-up for the first time.

Answered in Question #111207

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