On Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 9:06 AM, Justin Ryan <justin.r...@reliefgarden.org>wrote:
> Consider using shared repositories with a fresh branch for each merge:
>   http://wiki.bazaar.canonical.com/SharedRepositoryTutorial
> Basically, you do something like this:
>   bzr init-repo zope.applicationcontrol --format=rich-root-pack #last I
> checked, bzr-svn liked this format, you can also --format=svn
>   cd zope.applicationcontrol
>   bzr branch lp:zope.applicationcontrol #bzr looks for  .bzr in ., which
> tells it there is a shared storage
Whups, you'd do something like:

  bzr branch 

This gives you a branch merge-something-branch within your
zope.applicationcontrol shared repo.

> What this does is allow you to have multiple local branches of something
> without wasting full repo storage on each one.  This func goes back at least
> to BitKeeper and may be able to use hardlinks to further reduce storage
> redundancy, though that can lead to pain, suffering, anger, etc..
> Best,
> J
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