Using Bazaar for PHPUnit Development
Last December, when I was in Australia and started to work on the Object_Freezer code, I "dived into" Bazaar (
bzr) and learned the value of local commits as they allow me to work offline, e.g. when disconnected during travel.
Here is my setup:
Firstly, setup a local shared repository for storing your branches in and checkout the trunk:
sb@ubuntu ~ % bzr init-repo --rich-root-pack phpunit Shared repository with trees (format: rich-root-pack) Location: shared repository: phpunit
sb@ubuntu phpunit % bzr checkout svn+ssh://email@example.com/var/svn/phpunit/phpunit/trunk
I still use Subversion natively to deal with the release branches:
sb@ubuntu phpunit % svn co svn+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/var/svn/phpunit/phpunit/branches/release/3.4
sb@ubuntu phpunit % svn co svn+ssh://email@example.com/var/svn/phpunit/phpunit/branches/release/3.3
bzr info command shows that the local Bazaar branch is related to a remote Subversion branch:
sb@ubuntu phpunit % bzr info trunk Repository checkout (format: rich-root-pack) Location: repository checkout root: trunk checkout of branch: svn+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/var/svn/phpunit/phpunit/trunk shared repository: .
Next, create a feature branch and hack away:
sb@ubuntu phpunit % bzr branch trunk feature Branched 205 revision(s).
(hack, hack, hack) sb@ubuntu feature % bzr commit -m "blah blah blah" (hack, hack, hack) sb@ubuntu feature % bzr commit -m "blah blah blah"
sb@ubuntu trunk % bzr update sb@ubuntu trunk % bzr merge ../feature sb@ubuntu trunk % bzr commit -m "Message for SVN commit."
At least for the foreseeable future, I will not migrate the central Subversion repository of the PHPUnit project to Bazaar as Subversion is a good choice for implementing a centralized workflow and is well understood by those of my users that use PHPUnit from a Subversion checkout, for instance using
svn:externals to integrate it with their own software configuration management.