Supported URL prefixes:
aftp:// Access using active FTP. bzr:// Fast access using the Bazaar smart server. bzr+ssh:// Fast access using the Bazaar smart server over SSH. file:// Access using the standard filesystem (default) ftp:// Access using passive FTP. http:// Read-only access of branches exported on the web. https:// Read-only access of branches exported on the web using SSL. sftp:// Access using SFTP (most SSH servers provide SFTP).
Bazaar supports all of the standard parts within the URL:
allowing URLs such as:
For bzr+ssh:// and sftp:// URLs, Bazaar also supports paths that begin with ‘~’ as meaning that the rest of the path should be interpreted relative to the remote user’s home directory. For example if the user remote has a home directory of /home/remote on the server shell.example.com, then:
would refer to /home/remote/myproject/trunk.
Many commands that accept URLs also accept location aliases too. See :Location aliases.