It works by looking at previous revisions where the file was changed,
and seeing what test files were changed at the same time. You can
specify the files, or it will autodetect them by looking at your working
June 2, 2011
January 31, 2011
A new plugin bzr-wincrypt stores passwords encrypted in the Windows CryptoAPI keyring.
July 8, 2010
John Barlow’s new Bazaar TFS plugin adds support for Microsoft Team Foundation Server repositories, allowing one to use Bazaar to branch, merge, and commit code to remote TFS repositories.
We’re going to release bzr 2.2b4 this week, which will be the final beta for the bzr 2.2 series and the start of the 2.2 release branch. From this point on the 2.2 will be an API freeze, so that any plugins that are updated to work with 2.2b4 will also work with 2.2.0 and future bugfix updates. We plan to do 2.2.0 at the end of July.
2.2 brings a bunch of performance, correctness and usability improvements.
March 31, 2010
Thanks, this looks great. I just tried it on Windows XP searching for a fixed string in the Emacs repository — took 28 seconds with a cold cache and only 7.5 with a warm cache, which is impressive.
By contrast, “grep -F -R” (with suitable –exclude patterns, to prevent it from searching binary files and inside .bzr) took about 12.5 seconds with a warm cache.
March 10, 2009
bzr branch lp:loggerhead ~/.bazaar/plugins/loggerhead
bzr serve --http
Then you have a browser for all that project’s history up and running on port 8080.
Loggerhead can still be used in the previous ways, as a standalone daemon or embedded within WSGI.