Re: Survey: git packaging practices / repository format
Hi, thanks for replying. You have an interesting workflow which I
think I need to ask some questions about before I can document it
Enrico Weigelt, metux IT consult writes ("Re: Survey: git packaging practices / repository format"):
> I'm always cloning the upstream repo, branch off at their release tag
> and add all necessary chanages as individual git commits - first come
> the generic (non-deb specific) patches, then the deb specific ones.
> No text-based patches, or even magic rewriting within the build process.
> The HEAD is exactly the debianized source tree,
What source format do you use ? What is in debian/source/format, if
anything ? Do you handle orig tarballs at all ?
When you go to a new upstream, you make a new git branch, then ?
Do you publish this git branch anywhere ?
> which is then fed to dck-buildpackage.
What is that ? manpages.debian.org wasn't any help.
Did you mean dpkg-buildpackage ?
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