The next major release of bzr-svn, 0.4, has now been released. The main change in this release is that the behaviour of push is now intuitive. The big hack that allowed push to somewhat work in the previous release has been replaced by proper push which behaves the same way as it would against a Bazaar branch.
It's now also possible to branch from non-standard branch locations such as /foo in a repository and not necessarily standard locations like /trunk or /trunk/foo. See the release announcement for a list of other changes.
It's interesting to see what other people are saying about bzr-svn on their blogs:
- Migrating to bzr using bzr-svn
- Missing support for svn:externals
- Issues with branching schemes
- using bzr-svn for rhythmbox
- bzr-svn on Gentoo
- issues with Windows support
Note that bzr-svn 0.4 has been tested on Windows and that branching schemes are now more flexible.Go Top