[pkg-horde] patch system for pkg-horde team
reg at evolix.fr
Wed Jul 11 01:48:13 UTC 2007
On Sat, Jul 07, 2007 at 03:40:43PM +0200, Gregory Colpart wrote:
> > I know that many people prefer to use dpatch, cdbs, etc, etc but
> > personally I find it much easier to siply use the built in
> > mechanism in dpkg, and in this case with merge support from tla.
> I reactive this thread to be sure to understand.
> Here is what I understand:
> - If I want hack/import a patch for Horde:
> $ tla get *--sid--* foo
> $ cd foo
> <hack/import the patch>
> $ tla commit
> And then, when I build package, patch is in .diff.gz
> - When I import new upstream sources, "tla star-merge" could fail
> and patch must be adapted/removed.
> Say me if this is your recommended method for patch system
> or if I misunderstand you.
I think I'm right because I discovered patches in horde package
with this method. Then "tla star-merge" doesn't fail but
generates *.rej files. And commit is not possible while there are
this *.rej files => patches must be adapted/removed.
I will add this method in my "Howto pkg-horde with GNU Arch" ;-)
Gregory Colpart <reg at evolix.fr> GnuPG:1024D/C1027A0E
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