My branch posted there is manually updated as and when I do it. There
is intended to be an automatically updated branch but that branch
currently has "issues".
I am doing something similar for Gant: https://launchpad.net/gant/ there
you can see what the automated branch should be doing, but my personal
manual branch is there but Launchpad has some "issues" processing it.
These branches are really for viral advertising of Groovy and Gant, and
an existence proof that Bazaar (and Launchpad) can happily handle
branches from the Subversion repository -- though they can of course be
branched and worked with. Whilst Subversion remains the official
central repository for Groovy and Gant, I suggest that people take their
own checkout or branch from the Subversion repository using Bazaar and
the bzr-svn plugin. For example I have Bazaar branches of groovy-core,
native_launcher, emacs and groovy-emacs.
(NB This exhibits one of the big differences between Subversion and
Bazaar, Subversion is a versioned filestore and is treated as such with
directories structured however you want. Bazaar (and Mercurial or Git)
favours projects being branched separately, hence having separate
branches for each identifiable versionable "project".)
Having said this, there is a single issue that mean that, despite the
aggravation, I am actually using Git (with git-svn) rather than Bazaar
(with bzr-svn) for developing Gant. I find Bazaar much nicer to work
with than Git, so I am hoping that the bzr-svn plugin developer is able
to find an easy way of making Bazaar do what I need.
Dr Russel Winder Partner