Re: Behaviour of dpkg-source with "3.0 (quilt)" and VCS and automatic patches
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- Subject: Re: Behaviour of dpkg-source with "3.0 (quilt)" and VCS and automatic patches
- From: Ben Finney <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 01 Jun 2011 13:25:10 +1000
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Stefano Rivera <email@example.com> writes:
> Hi Scott (2011.05.31_12:58:05_+0200)
> > This fits my mental model of being a distribution developer. It
> > cleanly separates upstream code from packaging except when I choose
> > to entangle them by applying the patches.
> That's my model too, and I find v3 works well, combined with
> merge-mode VCS (i.e. containing only /debian).
Yes. I use this, too, and recommend this style to Scott since it does
exactly what he states above as a requirement in his mental model.
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