Uploading experimental pwlib/openh323 to unstable
Tue, 4 May 2004 18:57:12 +1000
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Thanks for the work on gnugk.
I'm still a bit behind the curve on Subversion, so I will take a while to g=
upto speed. Also I have only needed cvs in the past to get read-access to=20
projects in development.
That said I see the Debian use of Subversion a great step forward, please j=
give me some time to get upto speed with the change of Package maintenance=
I'm currently working my way through your README and have managed to downlo=
the archive. =20
I just now have to work out how to make changes, get them committed back to=
the archive and then carry out the package building process.
Is there any other documentation on how to use subversion in a Debian conte=
The documentation under /usr/share/doc/svn-buildpackage looks like a good=20
'tutorial' start for how/ why to use Subversion under Debian.
On Sunday 02 May 2004 01:55, Jose Carlos Garcia Sogo wrote:
> As part of the steps needed to upload new versions to unstable, I want
> to start uploading to experimental packages compiled against versions
> in unstable, with Debian VoIP Team set as maintainer.
> For now I have made a hughe cleanup in gnugk package, splitting patch
> into different patches (I still need to check if 05_makefile is
> needed). It is available in trunk/ dir of package in svn repo.
> I'd like to hear from you Mark.
> BTW, regarding to SVN repo. After talking with Kilian we agreed about
> copying each release to tags/ dir. This way normal development (when
> only one version is available) can be made in trunk/. If two versions
> are available, as it's the case of gnugk, experimental development
> will be made on trunk/ and we can make unstable releases by only
> copying tag/'latest_version_in_unstable'
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