[Dehs-devel] libxml-sax-perl: New upstream version available
martin.ferrari at gmail.com
Sun Mar 2 21:06:40 UTC 2008
On Sun, Mar 2, 2008 at 5:15 PM, Raphael Geissert <atomo64 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I don't think this is correct.Firstly, DEHS is doing the wrong thing
> > by removing dsfg and therefore assuming things that uscan don't. Also,
> > I see the uversionmangle as correct because when downloading the
> > repack script takes care of making it dfsg-free.
> IMHO the repack script should then rename it to +dfsg
> > Also it makes life
> > easier to everybody, because if we used the dversionmangle the
> > svn-inject script will use incorrect versions for the
> > branches/upstream tags.
> How's that? that seems like a broken behaviour of svn-inject
The two things go together. The repack script renames to the version
informed by uscan, and later svn-inject takes whichever version is in
> > I would really prefer to keep our current
> > practise; DEHS can easily not strip dfsg (and understand that some
> > maintainers have a clue :)), or strip it also in the upstream version.
> I plan to go the former way after version=4 watch files are accepted
> on uscan, which will by default strip dfsg and similar Debian
> repackaging signs via dversionmangle.
Well, I find it silly to misreport problems when packages are
correctly following the uscan rules.
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