Breezy gives a warning if it failed to load some compiled extensions. (See http://bazaarvcs.wordpress.com/2009/09/17/extension-warnings/ for background.)
This may indicate either that there’s been a problem installing or packaging Breezy, or it may just be a case where you don’t want to use the compiled extensions.
1. If you installed Breezy from an official binary package or a distribution and you’re seeing this warning, please report a bug.
2. If you’re running Breezy from a source tree or tarball, please run ‘make’ in that directory to compile the extensions. You should do this every time you update the tree. To do this you will need some build dependencies installed including make, a C compiler, and the Python header files.
3. If you can’t or don’t want to build the extensions, add this line to breezy.conf (whose location is shown by ‘brz –version’):
Breezy will work normally but some operations may be slower.
The specific modules that failed, and why, are listed in brz.log.