On Wed, Jul 11, 2018 at 06:33:45PM +0100, Ian Jackson wrote:
> > Do you think it would be (easily) possible to have the test dir saved to
> > the artifacts only in case of failures?
> Yes, but it wouldn't be a good idea in general.  And I have a handle
> on this bug.

why wouldn't it?  I believe storing extra info on failure is a sane
thing to do in general, that has the potential to help out also in
future failures.

> > Otherwise, I'd just commit the thing mentioned in the other mail (dch -D
> > vs dch -r) and see whatever happens on the next regular upload.
> I think I understand a lot more about what's going on now, after
> reading debchange's source code.  It's a bit of a mess, though.

debchange's code is kind of alive, it grew in a somwhat akward
environment :) (assuming the "mess" refers to dch!)

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