Start with Bazaar downloading.

In addition to Bazaar, the installer also contains Bazaar Explorer desktop app. It provides an easy-to-use interface for the version control system and bazaar svn plugin for Bazaar integration with Subversion repository.

Bazaar basic commands

  • bzr whoami “John Smith <>” – transfers the username and email to Bazaar. In this case, your work will be correctly identified in the revision’s history;
  • bzr whoami – displays data of the current user;
  • mkdir myproject – creates a project named myproject and adds it to the repository;
  • bzr init – provides Bazaar with the possibility to initialize the data in your project directory;
  • bzr add – adds files to the repository;
  • bzr commit – makes a commit with a description (comment). Example: bzr commit -m “Importing files”;
  • bzr log – view the history of your branch;
  • bzr push – publishes your branch;
  • bzr branch – creates a copy of a branch;
  • bzr push – publishes a branch via ssh. Example: bzr+ssh://;
  • bzr merge – branch merging with the release;
  • bzr diff – view changes after merging;
  • bzr help – learn more about Bazaar;
  • bzr help commands – learn more commands.

In addition to using the command line, you can use Bazaar Explore desktop app. You can open a project in it, view modified files, learn about conflicts, carry out a merge, find out the history of commits, etc.

Basic operations with Bazaar Explorer

  • File > Open > Select the downloaded project and open it in Explorer.
  • Before the commit you fix new files (by default they are not added to the commit) – this can be done by clicking on the “+” at the top of the list of new files.
  • Before the commit you should make an update (the update button).
  • You can commit the code by clicking on the “commit” button.

User settings in Bazaar Explorer

  • Parameters > Settings > User settings > enter the necessary data.

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