Re: Status of dgit (good for NMUs and fast-forwarding Debian branches)
Ian Jackson <email@example.com> writes:
> Does dpkg-source provide a way to collapse all the patches into one ?
> If so you could use that before doing dgit push, and have much the same
Well, you can always run dpkg-source with --single-debian-patch and figure
out how to plug that into your local build system. That doesn't help with
the patch header, though; if you create a file called source/patch-header,
then that header will be applied by default to any patches created by
dpkg-source. Which is probably not appropriate.
> Or you could simply ignore the format `3.0 (quilt)' thing entirely and
> allow it to automatically accumulate one diff per upload, and presumably
> clean it out occasionally.
I think what happens there is that the version number of the patch keeps
changing, but for my workflow I never full-circle the built Debian package
back to the Git repository, so there's nothing to clean out. But the
patch header will be wrong.
Russ Allbery (firstname.lastname@example.org) <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>