Re: repo setup for git-buildpackage
On Thu, Jul 24, 2008 at 12:34:00PM +0200, Stéphane Glondu wrote:
> So I did this using my tool, and I got this:
> Please check it out (and have a look with gitk). Basically, there is an
> "upstream" branch with all changes to anything but debian/, and a
> "master" branch with all changes, including those with debian/. Changes
> from upstream are merged from the upstream branch. All tags are debian/n
> ones. As it is, the upstream branch should be suitable for future
> upstream development, and the master branch should be suitable for
> Debian-related one.
Thank you very much, Stéphane. That looks much better than my
attempt, so I've copied it to the official (pkg-ocaml-maint/packages)
location and will push further development there. Feel free to remove
your test/ copy.
Now, can someone explain the benefit to using pristine-tar in this
situation? The repo has the upstream source, and git-buildpackage can
build the orig.tar.gz from it, so where does pristine-tar come in?
I'm sure I'm missing something very basic ...
Eric Cooper e c c @ c m u . e d u