On Sun, Feb 11, 2018 at 4:04 PM, Pete Heist <p...@eventide.io> wrote:

> On Feb 11, 2018, at 12:37 AM, Michael Stapelberg <stapelb...@debian.org>
> wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 10, 2018 at 6:08 PM, Pete Heist <p...@eventide.io> wrote:
>> - I tried getting signatures working but punted because GitHub creates a
>> .tar.gz, which I signed with a .tar.gz.asc, but the build process expects a
>> .tar.xz.asc in the upstream, so lintian then warns with
>> 'orig-tarball-missing-upstream-signature'. Is there any pkg-go example
>> of signatures working with a GitHub hosted repo? Otherwise I’ll eventually
>> figure it out.
> The process currently is a bit clunky. dh-make-golang hardcodes using xz
> (via tar J), so either you change that in dh-make-golang’s source, or you
> manually create the packaging git repository:
> # save GitHub .tar.gz as irtt_0.9.0.orig.tar.gz
> % mkdir irtt
> % cd irtt
> % git init
> % gbp import-orig ../irtt_0.9.0.orig.tar.gz
> % cp -r /tmp/dh-make-golang/irtt/debian .
> % git commit -a -m "Initial packaging”
>> Let me know if anything else. Thanks!
> It would be good to avoid copying the systemd .service file into debian/.
> I think you can instead install it with a debian/rules override. See e.g.
> https://sources.debian.org/src/forked-daapd/25.0-2/debian/rules/?hl=22#L22
> Let me know how you’d like to proceed regarding the signatures. It’s not a
> requirement to sign the releases for now, but note that after the initial
> upload, we don’t have the luxury of starting with a fresh repository
> anymore.
> Ok, I took the advice for the .service file (thanks, that’s smoother), and
> re-initialized the repo for the last time. :)
> I passed on signing for now. I modified dh-make-golang to make a .tar.gz
> (thought I might even submit a pull request with a new command line
> option), but the .tar.gz that’s created is not the same as the one GitHub
> automatically creates (different internal directory names for starters), so
> for each build it looks like I’d have to:

I’d recommend to use the tar.gz from GitHub for simplicity. This would
require using the workflow I described above.

> - Run gbp once to generate the .tar.gz
> - Sign it to get the .tar.gz.asc
> - Run gbp again with the .tar.gz.asc in place to see that lintian doesn’t
> complain
> - Manually upload the .tar.gz and .tar.gz.asc to GitHub
> In the interest of keeping my release process as simple as possible, I’ll
> smooth this out later when I have more time!
> One more thing: I switched to semantic versioning when I started
> CHANGES.md, so on ftp.upload.debian.org what was irtt_0.9-1* before is
> now irtt_0.9.0-1*, in case there are some dangling files there that should
> be cleaned up.

There’s no need to clean things up, the upload directory is cleaned

Would you like me to sponsor the upload of irtt now?

> Thanks again!
> Pete

Best regards,

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