Re: problems with 3.0 format
On Fri, 26 Mar 2010, Russ Allbery wrote:
> I think the combination of --single-debian-patch and
> debian/source/patch-header will let me collapse the changes into one patch
> while still preserving the other features of 3.0 (quilt), but I'm not
> completely sure what happens if someone then downloads such a package,
> hacks on it more, and then builds a new source package. Are their changes
> incorporated into my same patch with my same header?
If you put --single-debian-patch in debian/source/options, yes, because
they will also build the source package with the same option. If you use
that option on the command line when building the source package, then no.
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