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Re: intend-to-implement: script to obtain Debian Source



On Saturday 26 March 2005 00:49, Junichi Uekawa wrote:
> Hi,
>
> > > Optional source patching is non-standard in Debian, and
> > > I would like a standard interface to interact with Debian
> > > source.
> >
> > So would I. Which is why I filed #250202

I second suggestion given at #250202 and like to see "unpacked" and "patched" 
targets to hit Policy 4.8.

> I have had a vague recollection that there was something
> which had not been implemented yet; thanks for pointing it out.
>
> The discussion is pointing to a direction that is human-parsed
> and requiring a large amount of change in Debian archive.
> I would like an interim solution before that is implemented.

I would suggest as a beginning to start with one section (e.g. base) and just 
count which packages miss targets like this and file a wishlist bugs against 
them (possibly a post-sarge job), and when these targets hit policy just 
raise the bug severity.

> Background:
>
> 1. I would like to keep an up-to-date CVS repository of Debian source code
>
> 2. I would like to automate source-importing Debian packages to gonzui (a
> source-code searching engine)

Why cvs ? Gonzui also supports svn. Don't you think it can handle the load ? 
Which debian suites, which sections ? Maintaining the whole thing up-to-date 
in revision control system would be an overkill I guess ;-)

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