[Debian-olpc-devel] abort-on-upstream-changes in debian/source/local-options
dr at jones.dk
Thu Oct 14 19:21:53 UTC 2010
On Thu, Oct 14, 2010 at 09:06:38PM +0200, Sascha Silbe wrote:
>It seems "abort-on-upstream-changes" has recently been added to
Correct. That was applied as that seems (in discussions at the Debian
multimedia team) to be the sanest way for dpkg source format 3.0 and
git-buildpackage to work together.
>This causes my snapshot packages build scripts [1,2] to fail (because
>I'm shipping upstream changes since the last release tarball as part of
>the Debian diff). Is there a way to override this setting without
>modifying debian/source/local-options (which is a tracked file, so I'd
>prefer not to touch it locally)?
>Or would you recommend some other way of handling the upstream changes?
Best would be to ship such changes as a patch below debian/patches.
Second-best is probably to build using git-buildpackage options
--git-export-dir and --git-prebuild - the latter pointing to some script
which strips the local-options file during build.
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