Hello, I'm trying to move the packaging of roundup to git-dpm, but I do not seem to get the results I think I should (get).
When I import the last released version of roundup (1.4.20-1.1) into git-dpm, either by hand or by using "git-dpm import-dsc", the master branch contains changes that (afaik) shouldn't yet be done. The steps I took (after apt-get source --download roundup, from wheezy): > git init roundup > cd roundup > git-dpm import-dsc --ptc ../roundup_1.4.20-1.1.dsc All seems okay, but when I run this command: > dpkg-buildpackage -S dpkg-source gives me warnings about removed files: dpkg-source: warning: diff roundup/debian/patches/00_licensefiles.patch removes a non-existing file roundup/COPYING.txt (line 3) dpkg-source: warning: diff roundup/debian/patches/00_licensefiles.patch removes a non-existing file roundup/doc/license.txt (line 112) And alas, if I check the repo, those 2 files are gone in the master branch. Now, my questions, Is the master branch in a pre-applied stage? Or in an applied stage? Am I hitting a bug, are the warnings harmless? Thanks in advance, Kai Storbeck
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