today's UEC report
loic.minier at ubuntu.com
Mon Oct 5 14:03:31 BST 2009
On Mon, Oct 05, 2009, Matt Zimmerman wrote:
> Can someone point to a good example of a get-orig-source rule which does the
> right thing for packaging directly from Bazaar?
That worked in my limited testing:
BZR_REV := $(shell echo $(DEB_UPSTREAM_VERSION) | sed -n s/.*bzr//p)
UPSTREAM_BRANCH := lp:$(DEB_SOURCE_PACKAGE)
bzr export -r$(BZR_REV) --root=$(DEB_SOURCE_PACKAGE)-$(DEB_UPSTREAM_VERSION)
but it would probably be more elegant to use bzr-builddeb to create a
tarball from the current branch (this would work because you keep
patches below debian/).
bzr bd will try:
- to download the tarball from the archive
- if that failed, to run get-orig-source
- if that failed and in split mode, build from the current branch
Just use "bzr bd --split -S" to build a source package and that should
do the right thing (with or without get-orig-source).
FYI bzr revno lp:eucalyptus is at 433 but changelog has 1.6~bzr854; not
sure where the upstream branch is.
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