* Paul Elliott <pelli...@blackpatchpanel.com> [120402 05:05]:
> When I try to import new .dsc file it complains upstream exists and is not
> uptodate. But the results of pull --rebase show it is uptodate!
I see there is a bug in the code that it considers it out-of-date even
if it is not (unless there are no patches).
You can just delete the git branch 'upstream' and do a import-dsc.
(Once the upstream branch is properly recorded in master:debian/.git-dpm
the upstream branch is not needed by git-dpm and is only there to help
the user, git-dpm import-dsc should delete the upstream branch unless it
is not the expected value (but that check seems to have a bug...)).
Bernhard R. Link
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