I am kind of stucked in a particular situation. I  have made a change to the
branch that I maintain with git-dpm that is not in ./debian and is also not part
of the upstream tarball.

In short, it is a change to the .travis.yml file that controls the travis-ci
builds. Now when I try to cherry-pick a patch I get :

git-dpm: ERROR: debian branch contains non-debian changes:

It looks like the debian/.git-dpm file now has the wrong commit. Is there a
'safe' way to tell git-dpm that the upstream HEAD commit has changed ?


Kind regards,


Louis Bouchard
Software engineer, Cloud & Sustaining eng.
Canonical Ltd
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