[darcs-users] 'submitted' branch

Florent Becker florent.becker at ens-lyon.org
Tue Sep 14 11:06:01 UTC 2010


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>> It seems like a 'darcs pull --bundle <foo.dpatch> <some repo>' command
>> would be nice here. It would take the patch names from foo.dpatch, but
>> ignore the contents, and pull the patches from <some repo> instead.
> 
> I would suggest that Petr implement a pull --bundle (since he'd be a
> good user of the submitted branch if we went this route).
> 
> Florent had a more general mechanism, but one which sounds harder to
> implement.  What do you think, Florent? From a UI Skeptic point of view,
> should we, just implement pull --bundle for expediency now, and worry
> about the 'in' matcher later?
> 
I'm not sure the "in" matcher is that much harder to implement, so i
bumped it on top of my todo-list (at least the --match "in bundle"
rather than --match "in repo"). I still think pull --bundle feels
unclean from a conceptual point of view, so i'd prefer not to see it in
a released version of darcs.

Florent
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