Package: dpkg-dev
Severity: minor

I see this when building a package with an upstream signature available:

mattia@warren ~/devel/debian/limnoria/limnoria (git)-[master] % dpkg-source -b .
dpkg-source: info: using source format '3.0 (quilt)'
dpkg-source: info: applying version
dpkg-source: info: building limnoria using existing 
dpkg-source: info: building limnoria in limnoria_2018.01.25-1.debian.tar.xz
dpkg-source: info: building limnoria in limnoria_2018.01.25-1.dsc
mattia@warren ~/devel/debian/limnoria/limnoria (git)-[master] % grep orig 
../limnoria_2018.01.25-1.dsc|head -n 2
 fa91c2117b70aaf0f441d69bb13e9a3599fc0d28 876754 limnoria_2018.01.25.orig.tar.gz
 81512d674d42b93681b48aad07a5886d00019981 833 
mattia@warren ~/devel/debian/limnoria/limnoria (git)-[master] %

I'd like for dpkg-source to mention that it detected an .asc (probably
another "using existing" line?)

On a related note, what does that "info: applying version" line mean? :)

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