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cody-somervillejelmer, Hey.01:25
jelmerhey Cody, how's your evening?01:25
cody-somervillejelmer, Not too shabby. Yours?01:26
jelmerPretty good too - fixing samba bugs :)01:26
cody-somervillejelmer, Quick question (IIRC, you're on the bzr team now - right?). I was giving a quick tutorial to a new hire on the OEM Services team the other day. Got him to install bzr on his recently installed Ubuntu 10.10 system. When I got him to run bzr launchpad-login he got this error: Unable to copy ownership from '/home/jagosta' to '/home/jagosta/.bazaar': IOError: [Errno 1] Operation not permitted: '/home/jagosta/.bazaar'. I see LP #65701:30
cody-somerville553 and LP #661678 regarding the same/similar error. Are there any consequence to this failure? Its also weird that such an error occurs on his nearly fresh install so I'm wondering if there is another issue at play.01:30
ubot5Launchpad bug 657 in mozilla (Ubuntu) "mozilla-calendar no longer installable" [Medium,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/65701:30
ubot5Launchpad bug 661678 in bzr (Ubuntu) "bzr whoami: unable to copy ownership from '$HOME/.bazaar' to '$HOME/.bazaar/bazaar.conf'" [Undecided,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/66167801:30
cody-somervilleIt was the first bzr command he ran fyi01:31
jelmercody-somerville: It's indeed weird that this sort of thing happens on a fresh install01:31
jelmercody-somerville: are the permissions on his home directory reasonable?01:32
cody-somervillejelmer, I asked if he changed them and he said no.01:33
jelmercody-somerville: hmm, did he perhaps install etckeeper or something else that runs bzr under sudo ?01:33
cody-somervillejelmer, Impossible. I got him to install bzr so it was the first time bzr was run on the system.01:33
jelmercody-somerville: well, etckeeper is just another package - it will invoke bzr by itself01:34
cody-somervillejelmer, It depends on bzr01:34
cody-somervillejelmer, Installing etckeeper requires installation of bzr.01:34
jelmercody-somerville: right, that's what I mean01:34
jelmercody-somerville: I'm wondering if perhaps he installed etckeeper before he ran bzr as a regular user - etckeeper invokes bzr but with the wrong home dir set somehow and triggers the creation of ~/.bazaar as root.01:35
cody-somerville(or another vcs to be accurate but I doubt he had installed another vcs). No. I was on the phone with him while he installed bzr.01:36
jelmercody-somerville: so ~/.bazaar exists - what are the permissions of that directory?01:36
cody-somervillejelmer, I'm not sure. Didn't investigate much as we had quite a bit to talk about on the call and saw the other bug reports and see it was non-fatal.01:38
* cody-somerville can get further details on Monday.01:38
jelmercody-somerville: that'd be great01:39
cody-somervillejelmer, He said it also printed out 'No handlers could be found for logger "bzr"' before the error about chown.01:39
jelmercody-somerville: Ah, that's useful info. That happens (among other situations) if bzr can't open ~/.bzr.log01:41
jelmerso it sounds like his home directory had weird permissions somehow, that would be good to double check.01:42
leo2007hello, I am behind unstable connection. Is there a way to resume cloning a branch?02:57
leo2007The connection is also no fast.02:57
cody-somervilleleo2007, You could try incrementally fetching sets of revisions manually.03:26
cody-somervilleleo2007, ie. create a checkout of revision 1 then update another n set of revisions over and over until you get to the latest revision.03:27
leo2007cody-somerville: thanks. I am new to bzr. I want to commit to https://savannah.gnu.org/bzr/?group=emacs03:31
leo2007I have heard that the initial is about 2G.03:31
leo2007'initial checkout'03:31
cody-somervilleleo2007, ah. They let you use rsync to fetch it03:32
leo2007that's faster is it?03:33
cody-somervilleleo2007, lt handles resuming well. Should help you create initial checkout faster yes if you have connection issues.03:36
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lvhIs there something that supports Bazaar that does something similar to merge proposals but isn't Launchpad?20:28
lifelesslvh: reitvald I think20:44
lvhlifeless: rietveld does code review, which I suppose isn't completely unrelated, but...21:02
lifelesslvh: merge proposals are all about review21:03
lvhRight: that expression was somewhat unfortunate21:05
lvhThey're a particular way of doing code review that makes it easy to review code when it matters (ie when it reaches trunk)21:07
lvhI suppose the largest difference is that most external code review tools are, unlike Launchpad and Github, typically not aware of new commits after initial reviews21:09
lifelessgoes with the territory21:12
lvhYeah :-(21:12
lifelessdo you need something private? or inhouse? or <...>?21:13
lvhhouse, too.21:14
lvhHelping someone else pick something: if it were up to me I'd just use Launchpad already.21:15
lvh(Or github -- but they like git for some reason.)21:15
lvh(On a similar note: why is bug tracking still such a pain?)21:25
lifelessits hard ;)21:28
lvhthat's what we said about version control before bzr21:29

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