Re: trouble making a package
>>>>> "Will" == Will Lowe <email@example.com> writes:
Will> Last question: Do I need to keep the source tree around in
Will> anticipation of the next upstream release?
Why not learn to use CVS?
Will> [...], how will deb-make know that the new .deb should be
Will> clisp_1997.08.07_2 instead of ..._1?
You edit the debian changelog file. Use the Emacs mode; it's the
simplest way to get it right. The packaging tools get that number
Will> And how do I generate a debian-changes file for the new
Will> release that includes the changes from the first release,
Will> etc. without keeping all the source tree on my disk?
That is also generated from information in the changelog file, AFAIK.
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