Hi, I'm working on a script to automatically generate debian packages from cvs, and as a automated process, it won't be able to sign the packages for every developer (this script is intended for use in software houses that uses deb packages to release their software). But then I discovered that when dpkg-buildpackage can't sign the file it won't run dpkg-genchanges, so dupload won't run either. This 2 lines patch will cause dpkg-buildpackage to continue generating the package even if the package couldn't be signed. 's -- daniel
--- /usr/bin/dpkg-buildpackage~ Wed Apr 24 16:54:51 2002 +++ /usr/bin/dpkg-buildpackage Wed Apr 24 16:54:01 2002 @@ -205,7 +205,9 @@ fi echo $signsource; if [ x$binaryonly = x ]; then + set +e $signsource "$pv.dsc" + set -e fi chg=../"$pva.changes" withecho dpkg-genchanges "$@" >"$chg"
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