I have been looking at git-dpm examples.

I am not able to firgure out how to create
a git-dpm project from an pre-existing
debian source package.

I have a source package with .dsc, *.orig.tar.*, and *.debian.tar.*

I want the resulting project to have
1) an upstream branch that looks like the .orig. tarball.
2) an pristine-tar branch that contains the usual tarball info
3) a master branch with the debian directory and the applied patches.

I should be able to use the result as a regular git-dpm
repository.

How do I create it?
Can I start with an empty git repository and
do git-dpm import-new-upstream?

Thank You.





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