Re: RFS: libpsm2
You can put gbp configuration into debian/gpb.conf
Am Donnerstag, den 21.12.2017, 12:42 -0600 schrieb Brian Smith:
> Files-Excluded is an "undocumented feature" of d/copyright and uscan.
> I was going through the process of documenting my code import
> procedure when I found this. At the time, I was writing some scripts
> to repack the upstream tarball. The exclusion stanza does what I was
> looking for, in this case.
> I have reservation with putting the code exclusion in d/copyright,
> it seems like that was the decision made and accepted by deb devs.
> So, is the recommendation to expect the maintainer to put flags on
> import command, which is supposed to be automated? I guess that can
> documented in d/README.source.
> Brian T. Smith
> System Fabric Works
> Senior Technical Staff
> (512) 293-4472
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> On Thu, Dec 21, 2017 at 4:57 AM, Mehdi Dogguy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > On 2017-12-21 11:10, Benjamin Drung wrote:
> > >
> > > Yes, it shouldn't be there. Uscan will repack the source and
> > > exclude
> > > these files from the repacked upstream tarball. What you want is
> > > just
> > > to exclude the debian directory from the import to the git
> > > repository
> > > which you can do with using --filter.
> > >
> > If pristine-tar is used, then --filter-pristine-tar should be used
> > as
> > well. Otherwise, the committed orig will not match the content of
> > the
> > upstream branch.
> > Regards,
> > --
> > Mehdi
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