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917.
If --all is specified, NAME is interpreted as a regular expression and all
matching options are displayed mentioning their scope. The active value
that bzr will take into account is the first one displayed for each option.
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Located in bzrlib/config.py:4022
919.
Setting a value is achieved by using name=value without spaces. The value
is set in the most relevant scope and can be checked by displaying the
option again.
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Located in bzrlib/config.py:4028
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Finds the merge proposal(s) that discussed landing the specified revision.
This works only if the selected branch was the merge proposal target, and
if the merged_revno is recorded for the merge proposal. The proposal(s)
are opened in a web browser.
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Located in bzrlib/plugins/launchpad/cmds.py:337
1341.
Any revision involved in the merge may be specified-- the revision in
which the merge was performed, or one of the revisions that was merged.
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Located in bzrlib/plugins/launchpad/cmds.py:342
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Bazaar 2.6b2 -- a free distributed version-control tool
http://bazaar.canonical.com/
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Located in dummy/help_topics/basic/detail.txt:1
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add Add specified files or directories.
alias Set/unset and display aliases.
annotate Show the origin of each line in a file.
bash-completion Generate a shell function for bash command line completion.
[bash_completion]
bind Convert the current branch into a checkout of the supplied
branch.
branch Create a new branch that is a copy of an existing branch.
branches List the branches available at the current location.
break-lock Break a dead lock.
cat Write the contents of a file as of a given revision to
standard output.
check Validate working tree structure, branch consistency and
repository history.
checkout Create a new checkout of an existing branch.
clean-tree Remove unwanted files from working tree.
commit Commit changes into a new revision.
config Display, set or remove a configuration option.
conflicts List files with conflicts.
deleted List files deleted in the working tree.
diff Show differences in the working tree, between revisions or
branches.
dpush Push into a different VCS without any custom bzr metadata.
export Export current or past revision to a destination directory or
archive.
help Show help on a command or other topic.
ignore Ignore specified files or patterns.
ignored List ignored files and the patterns that matched them.
info Show information about a working tree, branch or repository.
init Make a directory into a versioned branch.
init-repository Create a shared repository for branches to share storage
space.
join Combine a tree into its containing tree.
launchpad-login Show or set the Launchpad user ID. [launchpad]
launchpad-mirror Ask Launchpad to mirror a branch now. [launchpad]
launchpad-open Open a Launchpad branch page in your web browser. [launchpad]
log Show historical log for a branch or subset of a branch.
lp-find-proposal Find the proposal to merge this revision. [launchpad]
lp-propose-merge Propose merging a branch on Launchpad. [launchpad]
ls List files in a tree.
merge Perform a three-way merge.
missing Show unmerged/unpulled revisions between two branches.
mkdir Create a new versioned directory.
mv Move or rename a file.
nick Print or set the branch nickname.
pack Compress the data within a repository.
plugins List the installed plugins.
pull Turn this branch into a mirror of another branch.
push Update a mirror of this branch.
reconcile Reconcile bzr metadata in a branch.
reconfigure Reconfigure the type of a bzr directory.
register-branch Register a branch with launchpad.net. [launchpad]
remerge Redo a merge.
remove Remove files or directories.
remove-branch Remove a branch.
remove-tree Remove the working tree from a given branch/checkout.
renames Show list of renamed files.
resolve Mark a conflict as resolved.
revert Set files in the working tree back to the contents of a
previous revision.
revno Show current revision number.
root Show the tree root directory.
send Mail or create a merge-directive for submitting changes.
serve Run the bzr server.
shelve Temporarily set aside some changes from the current tree.
sign-my-commits Sign all commits by a given committer.
split Split a subdirectory of a tree into a separate tree.
status Display status summary.
switch Set the branch of a checkout and update.
tag Create, remove or modify a tag naming a revision.
tags List tags.
testament Show testament (signing-form) of a revision.
unbind Convert the current checkout into a regular branch.
uncommit Remove the last committed revision.
unshelve Restore shelved changes.
update Update a working tree to a new revision.
upgrade Upgrade a repository, branch or working tree to a newer
format.
verify-signatures Verify all commit signatures.
version Show version of bzr.
version-info Show version information about this tree.
view Manage filtered views.
whoami Show or set bzr user id.
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Located in en/help_topics/commands.txt:1
1992.
To resolve the conflict, you must apply the correct tags to either the target
branch or the source branch as appropriate. Use "bzr tags --show-ids -d
SOURCE_URL" to see the tags in the source branch. If you want to make the
target branch's tags match the source branch, then in the target branch do
``bzr tag --force -r revid:REVISION_ID CONFLICTING_TAG`` for each of the
CONFLICTING_TAGs, where REVISION_ID comes from the list of tags in the source
branch. You need not call "bzr resolve" after doing this. To resolve in
favor of the target branch, you need to similarly use ``tag --force`` in the
source branch. (Note that pulling or pushing using --overwrite will overwrite
all tags as well.)
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Located in en/help_topics/conflict-types.txt:161
2025.
$ bzr init
$ bzr mkdir white
$ bzr mkdir black
$ bzr commit -m "BASE"
$ bzr branch . ../other
$ bzr mv white black
$ bzr commit -m "THIS"
$ bzr mv ../other/black ../other/white
$ bzr commit ../other -m "OTHER"
$ bzr merge ../other
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Translated by Samir Ribić on 2012-12-14
Reviewed by Samir Ribić on 2012-12-14
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$ bzr init
$ bzr mkdir white
$ bzr mkdir black
$ bzr commit -m "BASE"
$ bzr branch . ../other
$ bzr mv white black
$ bzr commit -m "THIS"
$ bzr mv ../other/black ../other/white
$ bzr commit ../other -m "OTHER"
$ bzr merge ../other
Suggested by Samir Ribić on 2013-01-05
Located in en/help_topics/conflict-types.txt:311
2059.

See :doc:`formats-help` for more about storage formats.
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Pogledaj :doc:`formati-pomoć` za više o formatima pohranivanja.
Suggested by Dunja Bihorac on 2013-02-10
Located in en/help_topics/current-formats.txt:8 en/help_topics/other-formats.txt:17
2062.
-Dauth Trace authentication sections used.
-Dbytes Print out how many bytes were transferred
-Ddirstate Trace dirstate activity (verbose!)
-Derror Instead of normal error handling, always print a traceback
on error.
-Devil Capture call sites that do expensive or badly-scaling
operations.
-Dfetch Trace history copying between repositories.
-Dfilters Emit information for debugging content filtering.
-Dforceinvdeltas Force use of inventory deltas during generic streaming fetch.
-Dgraph Trace graph traversal.
-Dhashcache Log every time a working file is read to determine its hash.
-Dhooks Trace hook execution.
-Dhpss Trace smart protocol requests and responses.
-Dhpssdetail More hpss details.
-Dhpssvfs Traceback on vfs access to Remote objects.
-Dhttp Trace http connections, requests and responses.
-Dindex Trace major index operations.
-Dknit Trace knit operations.
-Dlock Trace when lockdir locks are taken or released.
-Dnoretry If a connection is reset, fail immediately rather than
retrying the request.
-Dprogress Trace progress bar operations.
-Dmem_dump Dump memory to a file upon an out of memory error.
-Dmerge Emit information for debugging merges.
-Dno_apport Don't use apport to report crashes.
-Dno_activity [tab] Don't show transport activity indicator in progress bar.
-Dpack Emit information about pack operations.
-Drelock Emit a message every time a branch or repository object is
unlocked then relocked the same way.
-Dsftp Trace SFTP internals.
-Dstatic_tuple Error when a tuple is used where a StaticTuple is expected
-Dstream Trace fetch streams.
-Dstrict_locks Trace when OS locks are potentially used in a non-portable
manner.
-Dunlock Some errors during unlock are treated as warnings.
-DIDS_never Never use InterDifferingSerializer when fetching.
-DIDS_always Always use InterDifferingSerializer to fetch if appropriate
for the format, even for non-local fetches.
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Contributors to this translation: Adi, Afan, Almin Islamović, Almir Harba, Armin, Ashraf Gheth, Dunja Bihorac, Hamza Semic, Josip Kvesic, Maida, Samir Ribić, Tarik Radončić.