Re: CVS directories in debian packages
>>>>> "Ola" == Ola Lundqvist <email@example.com> writes:
Ola> Well you have to tag each release in the cvs for
Ola> cvs-buildpackage to work. Yes I could automate that. I used
Ola> to with the orm package (that I wrote for such situations)
Ola> but I asked for its removal becuase it was outdated. Maybe I
Ola> have to start develop it again.
The following does that painlessly and has the added benefit of
terminating if you haven't checked in all your changes. If the 'tag:'
target is the first target in your debian/rules then invoking
'./debian/rule' in the top-level directory will even save you typing
version := $(shell dpkg-parsechangelog | \
sed -ne 's/^Version: *\([0-9]\+:\)*//p')
cvs tag -c -F $(subst .,_,debian_version_$(version))
ifeq ($(findstring -,$(version)),)
cvs tag -c -F $(subst .,_,upstream_version_$(version))
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