[Pkg-opennebula-devel] Questions about merging with Ubuntu
drazzib at drazzib.com
Tue Dec 14 18:39:03 UTC 2010
Le mardi 14 décembre 2010 18:59:20, Jaime Melis a écrit :
> I have a few questions, which I believe are beginner's questions.
> 1) What is the correct way to try this out? I mean, following Debian's
> policy. I've checked out the git repo, and there are three branches:
> After reading this article: http://wiki.debian.org/PackagingWithGit
> I'm working directly on top of the master branch. Is that correct?
> After modifying the debian dir, if it works, I should send the git
> patch, correct?
> 2) When I run "debuild" it complains because
> opennebula_2.0.1.orig.tar.gz doesn't exist in the parent directory.
> I've downloaded the source code and renamed it, but I don't know if
> that's what I'm supposed to do. maybe there's a script which generates
> the source code?
My building process is really simple :
git clone git+ssh://git.debian.org/git/pkg-opennebula/opennebula.git
To be more precise, here is content of each GIT branch :
- remotes/origin/upstream is just in "clean" import of opennebula-2.0.1.tar.gz
(minus some *.jar files) is described in debian/README.source
- remotes/origin/pristine-tar store some delta files which are applied by git-
buildpackage to always get the same tarball (same md5 + sha256 sums) from GIT
branch. See  for more info on this format.
- remotes/origin/master is our working branch = upstream + debian/ directory.
You can freely commit to this one.
So during each build, git-buildpackage extract remotes/origin/upstream to
opennebula_2.0.1.orig and apply pristine-tar to get the same .tar.gz.
Then it call the x-builder of your choice : debuild or pbuilder/sbuild (for
clean chroot build).
For each new "upstream" release, I just use git-import-dsc to :
- import tarball in upstream branch
- import binary-delta-diff from pristine-tar in pristine-tar branch
- merge back changes to master branch
> 3) I haven't reached the same error the Ubuntu guys report. In my case
> if I change the version of javahelper (applying the attached patch) it
> works perfectly. I'm trying it in an Ubuntu 10.04 64-bit, are they
> trying it in another release? Maybe it would be best if I ask someone
> at Ubuntu?
I'll setup a clean test env. on my personal box and retry this.
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