Hi list I have to admit that I have never become comfortable with the Debian Git workflow but I know I have to learn to use it.
Following the advice on https://wiki.debian.org/Python/GitPackaging Does the following advice hold true after the move to salsa? $ git clone git+ssh://git.debian.org/git/python-modules/tools/python-modules.git I have cloned the eric repository. git branch -a * debian/master remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/debian/master remotes/origin/debian/master remotes/origin/lenny remotes/origin/pristine-tar remotes/origin/svn remotes/origin/upstream Is debian/master == master? Shall I checkout and pull the pristine-tar and upstream git checkout remotes/origin/upstream -b upstream git pull git checkout remotes/origin/pristine-tar -b upstream git pull To update the package, shall I copy the new upstream over the upstream branch, commit and then do $ pristine-tar commit ../srcpkgname_1.0.orig.tar.gz upstream ? Regarding the now deprecated get-orig-source target. Do you have any example on how to put the mechanism into the watch file? Regards Gudjon