I'm working on some of our bzr tools right now. I can try to look at
it early next week, but unless it's relatively straightforward, I
doubt I'll get around to fixing it. Honestly, I'm a little unsure why
it wouldn't work, since we're just using bzrlib, presumably accessing
it the exact same way bzr does. Are you sure you can access the
repository over ssh from the apache user? Can you 'su' to the apache
user and try?

The code you're interested in is in scmtools/bzr.py. Feel free to
email me if you have questions. Even if I can't answer them, I can
probably ask my co-worker who wrote a bunch of it.

On Apr 10, 4:49 pm, Ritesh Nadhani <rite...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hmm.
> I thought so.
> I work with Python though mostly along the lines of wxPython and
> Twisted but if given a correct poke in my head, I might be able to
> look into the problem.
> Any pointers where I should start?
> Right now we all have SSH keys in our homedirectory so doing
> bzr+ssh:// uses that and does not ask for password. I believe when we
> are doing from the web, it is foo baring on authentication. Maybe,
> adding the SSH key to apache user will work.
> No worries as I am just testing right now and in the end RB will be
> installed in the same machine as the repo so it will have direct
> access.
> On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 2:42 PM, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com> 
> wrote:
> > It's likely that it just doesn't support this. Someone may have to write the
> > support.
> > Bazaar support was written and used by contributors, but we (the lead
> > developers) have no experience with it, so it's hard to really help here. Is
> > any Bazaar contributor able to answer this?
> > Christian
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> > On Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 12:53 PM, Ritesh Nadhani <rite...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Hello
> >> So this is in continuation of my previous messages.
> >> Just for testing, I checked out a local copy of the repo by doing:
> >> cd ~/Codes
> >> bzr co bzr+ssh://hostname/bzr/repo1 repo1
> >> and then in the settings, I set the repo path to be:
> >> /home/rnadhani/Codes/repo1
> >> and its working now.
> >> So I guess RB is not able to access it over SSH. How can I use this
> >> option?
> >> --
> >> Ritesh
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