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Re: Bug#250202: Standardizing make target for 'patch' and 'upstream-source'

Scott James Remnant <scott@netsplit.com> writes:
> There's also the issue of how do you clean or put a source package back
> together, when it's got the patches all applied -- how do you know which
> patch any modifications should go into?

Well, the easiest way would be to unpack all patches into
debian/patches. If you want to build the source package, you then
deapply all patches there (well, it moves the point where this fails if
the author changed the source from debian/rules clean to dpkg-source -b)
and then do a normal diff for the rest (like today). This would allow
people to contine their bad habit of keeping all Debian changes in a
.diff.gz-like thing.

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