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This might see absurd, but..
I received a copy of OpenERP Software distributed by OpenERP S.A to its partners during a partner meet in January from a friend .
It consisted of a folder
stable7.0 with 3 sub folders
The sub folders contained the usual
.bzr folder and the
I made no modifications to any files or folders, but today when I tried to do
bzr merge in the
its showing the message
bzr: ERROR: Working tree "your_path" has uncommitted changes
bzr status gives almost all files names in the original copy under the
My theory is that OpenERP S.A took a copy from the public branch
bazaar.launchpad.net/~openerp/openobject-addons/7.0/ and fixed some bugs and then distributed to its partners.(without committing back.)
uncommitted changes message in the
bzr merge command.
Am I missing some important concept about bazaar ? OpenERP S.A my sincere apologies, if I am mistaken. I'm just curious (may be too much.)
Hello, I don't know exactly what you did and if you get what's expected. Nevertheless, there is no reason to suspect any manipulation from OpenERP-SA in your case as in any other case by the way. The fact that .bzr is not cleaned out before passing the directory shows that it was just a rough copy that was not intended to be widely spread. Nothing more than unprepared work. You get all software on bazaar as soon as committed, every day. OpenERP SA openness regarding code is not at risk.
Your question makes sens to me, I don't understand why someone noted you -1, without being able to answer you. regards.
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