Re: need to replace .orig.tar.gz
On Mon, Jan 18, 1999 at 09:11:56AM -0500, Brian Almeida wrote:
> I was under the impression that one could replace an existing .orig.tar.gz if
> it was uploaded along with the .dsc and the md5sums matched. I have a package
> in which the upstream version didn't change any (audiofile) but I needed some
> updates from the CVS tree so that it would work with another of my packages
> (esound). How can I get the new .orig.tar.gz into the archive?
add "-sa" to the options of dpkg-buildpackage, and don't use any of the "-b"
or "-B" options. Then it will force a new source upload in conjunction with
the binaries, even if the Debian release is not 1 or 0.
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