ubuntu: branches lacking history with upstream branches
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Thu Sep 22 23:14:34 UTC 2011
On Thursday, September 22, 2011 06:42:48 PM Jelmer Vernooij wrote:
> > This would more closely mirror how
> > packages are managed in Debian. However, I'd still want
> > `bzr branch ubuntu:gtimelog` to give me the full source. I wonder if
> > nested branches are the answer here. One trick would be that I'd only
> > want the source from the upstream branch based on a particular
> > tag. E.g. I might have unreleased changes in lp:gtimelog, but I want to
> > base ubuntu:gtimelog (and the source package built from it) to work off
> > the 0.7.0 tag or some such.
> The practice of versioning debian/ only mostly seems to happen if the
> VCS used is SVN. Even then, there are a couple of teams that import the
> full upstream source into SVN.
> I think I've seen more Git repositories that include the full source
> than repositories that don't.
For Kubuntu we use /debian only bzr repositories. No one seems interested in
going to full source.
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