[Aptitude-devel] Workflow questions (was: Changes to git branches)
Manuel A. Fernandez Montecelo
manuel.montezelo at gmail.com
Fri Aug 30 19:03:03 BST 2013
2013-08-29 17:42 Axel Beckert:
>Daniel Hartwig wrote:
>> I have pushed two new branches, debian-sid and upstream-sid, containing
>> the packaging work targetted at sid (currently also wheezy). The old
>> debian and upstream branches are no longer in use and will probably
>> disappear shortly. If you work from the debian-sid branch I have
>> updated git-buildpackage (debian/gbp.conf) for the new names.
>> Active branches:
>> - master: development of next major release;
>> - stable-0.6: development suitable for updates to wheezy;
>> - debian-sid: packaging;
>Now that Christian and me can also commit to aptitude's git repo, I
>wonder if it's just fine to commit to these branches as it seems
>Acvtually I do have some fixes for lintian warnings or trivial bug
>fixes pending locally, but don't want to push before being sure not to
>break your workflow with such commits.
As a suggestion, I wonder if it wouldn't be better to use git-buildpackage
defaults for non-native packages (upstream, master for Debian package).
It will make things easier for potential contributors in the future.
PS: Thanks for keeping track of things like the documentation to Alioth and all
of these housekeeping stuff, it's very nice to have the documentation up to
date in a central place.
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