Re: One source, two binary packages
>>>>> "Scott" == Scott Ellis <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Scott> You actually only need to run it once. Once they've been
Scott> run once (probably right after porting your changes into a
Scott> new version), the updated files are left behind and will be
Scott> included in the diff generated when you build the package.
In my experience, making the diff file huge makes porting and new
versions unnecessarily difficult. The only way I've been able
to keep my sanity with the plethora of GIMP/GTK+ releases is
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