[pkg-php-pear] Bug#714173: ITP: php-symfony-process -- Symfony PHP Framework - Process component
a at xelera.eu
Tue Jul 2 09:41:50 UTC 2013
On Mon, Jul 01, 2013 at 03:25:50PM -0400, David Prévot wrote:
> >> Not sure it’s useful to enforce gbp default values (upstream-tag and
> >> pristine-tar).
> > you're right. i have only left upstream-tag since upstream use vX.Y.Z
> > whereas the default (at least in my local
> > git-buildpackage=0.6.0~git20130530) is in the X.Y.Z form. thanks.
> upstream-tag is upstream/v%(version)s by default in gbp, so this line is
> useless in debian/gbp.conf, see --git-upstream-tag= in gbp-buildpackage(1).
got it - i was using a tag including a v before the digits, whereas the
default as i see used also in your php-symfony-eventdispatcher is
without v (at least in the git-buildpackage versions i have installed in
my dev machines, wheezy and sid): i guess it's just tidier for me to
re-tag according to the git-buildpackage default: i have pushed an
upstream/2.3.1 tag to the php-symfony-process repo on git.d.o (i haven't
deleted the older upstream/v2.3.1 tag in the public repo for the moment
but i guess it's safe to do so as i don't imagine many developers have
been using that repo so far :))
i'm still getting up to speed with all the subtleties of awesome
git-powered Debian packaging :)
> The package seems fine to me, thanks, and I’m willing to upload it once
> the changelog will be updated (“dch -r” can be handy). I’ll do so
> tomorrow, so other can review in the mean time and eventually rise other
sure, thanks. i have pushed to
final commits: i have added yourself as uploader (not sure who should
normally be in that field for sponsored packages), and run dch -r to
prepare changelog for release).
Xelera - IT infrastructures
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