Vendor tagged releases from git to $VCS
# Git Vendor
This is a utility to aid in vendoring software projects from Git to => [VCS|Directory]
## Why this exists
I like to track my upstream development in github, and I have a hard dependency on some projects that live in bzr/Launchpad. BZR and Launchpad are both great systems, I just have a long running preference for git/github. This python module allows me to track and maintain my history in git, while running exports for tag releases to a directory that is independently tracked by BZR.
I’m not so much concerned with the commit history as I am with ensuring my tags are what make the porting phase, and they are high quality without requiring a joint VCS tree and other plugin wizardry.
## How it works
The plugin only works with git tags, and will not operate on a dirty branch. This allows me to adopt the workflow of cycle until features/bugs are complete in a given milestone. Export that code to the bzr repository and run a checkin of everything that happened from A -> Z along with a Changelog to track what happened independently of the BZR VCS. This is a fairly simple process that can be done manually without much fuss - but like anything I do repeatedly: it’s even nicer to have a tool do the drone work for me.
## Getting Started
Clone the repository
git clone http://github.com/chuckbutler/git-vendor.git cd git-vendor
Create a virtualenv to isolate dependencies from your system
virtualenv .venv/ source .venv/bin/activate python setup.py install
While the virtual env is active, you can call git-vendor like you would any other executable.
#### Basic Usage
git-vendor works with a single initialized configuration file.
This will create a .vendor-rc file which you can edit and place ignored files. It’s pre-populated with some common patterns for you.
git tag mytag
When you are ready to vendor a git repository to bzr:
git-vendor sync -d /path/to/bzr/repository
you will be presented with a list of tags from your git repo to pick and export. Now you can head over to your bzr repository, commit and push as you see fit. Enjoy!
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