pqm-submit doesn't know how to push.

Bug #425390 reported by Robert Collins on 2009-09-06
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Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
Bazaar PQM Plugin
Medium
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Bug Description

This means that when I pqm-submit I do:
bzr push --overwrite && bzr pqm-submit <...>

Further to that, because pushing has a delay with lp for the public
branch to be updated, this will sometimes fail with 'branch <X> does not
have revision <Y>'

So, this would be a lot better as:
bzr pqm-submit --overwrite --push <...>

Where it would push; and if the public url != the push url spin for
(say) 61 seconds waiting for the revision to propogate, then submit.

 affects bzr-pqm
 status confirmed
 importance medium

Vincent Ladeuil (vila) wrote :

I often use a bound branch as the base for my submissions, so I'd prefer a way to tell pqm-submit: Hey ! I know the stuff is there, keep trying a bit please, won't be long: --try 5min ?

> bzr pqm-submit --overwrite --push <...>

This seems a bit like a maladaption for pqm's approach of merging from
a public branch, rather than taking a merge proposal directly...

--
Martin <http://launchpad.net/~mbp/>

Robert Collins (lifeless) wrote :

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Martin Pool wrote:
>> bzr pqm-submit --overwrite --push <...>
>
> This seems a bit like a maladaption for pqm's approach of merging from
> a public branch, rather than taking a merge proposal directly...

I certainly agree that PQM's interface can be improved; this simply
tries to make the current interface more tolerable.

- -Rob

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