Re: gnome .debs
>>"Martin" == Martin Bialasinski <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> "JM" == Justin Maurer <email@example.com> writes:
JM> i have never used cvs-buildpackage, but would be willing to
JM> generate nightly .debs. what do people think of this?
Martin> I and Marcus have trouble with cvs-buildpackage. Better
Martin> wait/contact Manoj before you get into the strange problems
Martin> we have.
I am leaving town for a week on a business trip, and hence
won't be able to deal with this until I return. cvs-inject is a
simple script; could one of you do me the favour of looking at a bash
-x invocation (which I shall do next week) and see wherte the problem
The following ~/.cvsdeb.conf is known to work with cvs-inject.
# This file is a bourne shell snippet, and is sourced by the
# cvs-buildpackage script for configuration.
# The following variables are available, derived from the changelog
# file at run time
# $package: Name of the package
# $version: The raw version of the package
# $sversion: The version number stripped of epochs
# $uversion: The upstream version
# $tversion: Debian revision number, if any
# There is nothing preventing you from over riding any of those, or,
# in fact, from modifying internal variables used in the script,
# though you should know what you are doing before doing so, know
# that all your warranties become void if you do so.
# Debugging information: The default value is 0 (no debugging
# information is printed). To change the default behaviour, uncomment
# the following line and set the value to 1.
# The directories.
# The root directory is used to set the default value of the work
# directory, using the package name. The default value is
# /usr/src/Packages (note that this directory is not created
# automatically). To change the default behaviour, uncomment the
# following line and set the value to match the local setup.
# The work directory. This directory is where the original sources are
# expected, and this is where the module shall be exported from CVS.
# If you set this value, the value of the root directory, either set
# up above or on the command line, would be ignored. To change the
# default behaviour, uncomment the following line and set the value to
# match the local setup.
One good suit is worth a thousand resumes.
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.datasync.com/%7Esrivasta/>
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- Re: gnome .debs
- From: email@example.com (Martin Bialasinski)