[php-maint] pre-approval of new upload of php5:(was: [RFC] Gentoo patches)
seanius at debian.org
Tue Jan 13 20:30:14 UTC 2009
On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 01:37:13PM -0600, Raphael Geissert wrote:
> > On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 11:33:38AM +0100, Thijs Kinkhorst wrote:
> >> On Tue, January 13, 2009 07:42, sean finney wrote:
> >> >> Completely offtopic: what about moving to git?
> Now I regret to have mentioned that, I was actually expecting a
> comment of the rest of my mail.
i didn't have much to add for the rest :)
> > other stuff off the top of my head:
> > - importing new patches in the ./debian-only svn repo is a PITA
> I hope that by that you don't mean you prefer to store patches
> directly in the .diff.gz
no, currently i'm mostly using quilt, though i've been looking into
topgit as well. what i mean is that when you need to make a new patch
(often by importing an older patch which doesn't necessarily cleanly
apply), the steps to do so are long and cumbersome with a ./debian-only
svn repo. svn-do makes it at least somewhat bearable, but not by much.
i'd much rather have the whole source in git, and a debian branch which
when diffed against the upstream branch gave a diff strictly consisting
of additions under ./debian.
> > in an ideal world for me, the non-phpN packages (i.e. pear stuff) could
> > stay in svn if their maintainers desired so, and then we could have a
> > read-only git-svn mirror to replace the php5 trunk/tags/branches.
maybe we should start up a new thread for opinions/discussions/plans?
 topgit looks really promising, but for me it still has a few dealbreakers
which have to this point kept me from trying it out.
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