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commit 7611b4a12582a0add471174b3e058c0211efe587
Author: Bas Couwenberg <sebas...@xs4all.nl>
Date:   Sun May 3 21:06:01 2015 +0200

    Update git-buildpackage commands.
    
    Support for the old commands was removed in git-buildpackage 0.6.26.
    
    From the git-buildpackage NEWS:
    
    "
     git-buildpackage (0.6.26) unstable; urgency=medium
    
       All gbp-* and git-* commands are now gone as as announced in the
       deprecation notice from June 2013. From now on only "gbp <command>" is
       supported.
    
      -- Guido G√ľnther <a...@sigxcpu.org>  Mon, 27 Apr 2015 21:55:23 +0200
    "
---
 policy.xml | 47 +++++++++++++++++++++++------------------------
 1 file changed, 23 insertions(+), 24 deletions(-)

diff --git a/policy.xml b/policy.xml
index 9d26edc..40b4cc1 100644
--- a/policy.xml
+++ b/policy.xml
@@ -648,7 +648,7 @@ pkg-grass/
       <para>
         It is also possible to prepare a Git repository containing some of the
         package's history using the command
-        <command>git-import-dscs --debsnap</command> from the helper toolkit
+        <command>gbp import-dscs --debsnap</command> from the helper toolkit
         <command>git-buildpackage</command>.
         This will download all the versions of a package available in
         <ulink url="http://snapshot.debian.org";>snapshot.debian.org</ulink>
@@ -760,7 +760,7 @@ pkg-grass/
               tarball from the <literal>upstream</literal> branch.
             </para>
             <para>
-              Use <command>git-buildpackage</command>
+              Use <command>gbp buildpackage</command>
               <option>--git-pristine-tar</option> to generate missing
               upstream tarballs with the <command>pristine-tar</command>
               command from the <literal>upstream</literal> and
@@ -780,7 +780,7 @@ pkg-grass/
               distribution specific <literal>chroot</literal> environments.
             </para>
             <para>
-              Use <command>git-buildpackage</command>
+              Use <command>gbp buildpackage</command>
               <option>--git-pbuilder</option> to use
               <command>cowbuilder</command> for building the package in a clean
               <literal>chroot</literal> instead of on the development system
@@ -964,7 +964,7 @@ Cmnd_Alias PBUILDERS=/usr/sbin/pbuilder, 
/usr/sbin/cowbuilder
 <command>mkdir</command> <replaceable>&lt;package&gt;</replaceable>
 <command>cd</command> <replaceable>&lt;package&gt;</replaceable>
 <command>git init</command>
-<command>git import-orig</command> <option>--pristine-tar</option> 
<filename><replaceable>../package_version.orig.tar.gz</replaceable></filename>
+<command>gbp import-orig</command> <option>--pristine-tar</option> 
<filename><replaceable>../package_version.orig.tar.gz</replaceable></filename>
 <command>git clone</command> 
git://git.debian.org/git/pkg-grass/package_template.git
 <command>mv</command> package_template/debian/ .
 <command>rm</command> <option>-rf</option> debian/.git/ package_template/
@@ -1022,9 +1022,9 @@ Cmnd_Alias PBUILDERS=/usr/sbin/pbuilder, 
/usr/sbin/cowbuilder
           <para>
             To update the <literal>master</literal>, 
<literal>upstream</literal>
             and <literal>pristine-tar</literal> branches from an existing clone
-            at once, use the <command>gbp-pull</command> command.
+            at once, use the <command>gbp pull</command> command.
 <programlisting>
-<command>gbp-pull</command> <option>--pristine-tar</option>
+<command>gbp pull</command> <option>--pristine-tar</option>
 </programlisting>
           </para>
           <para>
@@ -1055,11 +1055,11 @@ Cmnd_Alias PBUILDERS=/usr/sbin/pbuilder, 
/usr/sbin/cowbuilder
           <para>
             Some prefer to update <filename>debian/changelog</filename> with
             each commit using the <command>dch</command> command,
-            others leave this to the <command>git-dch</command> tool
+            others leave this to the <command>gbp dch</command> tool
             at package release time.
           </para>
           <para>
-            In case you use <command>git-dch</command> for the changelog 
entries,
+            In case you use <command>gbp dch</command> for the changelog 
entries,
             don't forget to use it when you stop working on the package.
           </para>
           <para>
@@ -1077,7 +1077,7 @@ Cmnd_Alias PBUILDERS=/usr/sbin/pbuilder, 
/usr/sbin/cowbuilder
             It is highly recommended to always
             <link linkend="git-build-package">build the package</link>
             in a clean chroot using
-            <command>git-buildpackage</command> 
<option>--git-pbuilder</option>.
+            <command>gbp buildpackage</command> 
<option>--git-pbuilder</option>.
             Refer to
             <link linkend="git-pbuilder">Setup the build environment</link>
             for details about creating the <command>cowbuilder</command>
@@ -1089,7 +1089,7 @@ Cmnd_Alias PBUILDERS=/usr/sbin/pbuilder, 
/usr/sbin/cowbuilder
           <para>
             To download the new upstream release and import the sources into
             the git repository, the most common way is to use
-            <command>uscan</command> and <command>git-import-orig</command>
+            <command>uscan</command> and <command>gbp import-orig</command>
             as follows.
           </para>
           <para>
@@ -1100,9 +1100,9 @@ Cmnd_Alias PBUILDERS=/usr/sbin/pbuilder, 
/usr/sbin/cowbuilder
           </para>
           <para>
             Then import the downloaded tarball with
-            <command>git-import-orig</command>:
+            <command>gbp import-orig</command>:
 <programlisting>
-<command>git-import-orig</command> <option>--pristine-tar</option> 
<option><replaceable>../&lt;package&gt;_&lt;version&gt;.orig.tar.gz</replaceable></option>
+<command>gbp import-orig</command> <option>--pristine-tar</option> 
<option><replaceable>../&lt;package&gt;_&lt;version&gt;.orig.tar.gz</replaceable></option>
 </programlisting>
           </para>
           <para>
@@ -1115,14 +1115,13 @@ Cmnd_Alias PBUILDERS=/usr/sbin/pbuilder, 
/usr/sbin/cowbuilder
 </programlisting>
           </para>
           <para>
-            <command>git-buildpackage</command>'s command
-            <command>git-import-orig</command> makes it easy to update the
+            <command>gbp import-orig</command> makes it easy to update the
             <literal>upstream</literal> branch using upstream releases
             distributed as a compressed archive, and to merge these changes in
             the <literal>master</literal> branch.
           </para>
           <para>
-            The <command>git-import-orig</command>
+            The <command>gbp import-orig</command>
             <option>--pristine-tar</option> option is very useful for
             stabilizing the MD5 sum of the <filename>orig.tar.gz</filename>
             produced when building a source package from the repository alone
@@ -1132,7 +1131,7 @@ Cmnd_Alias PBUILDERS=/usr/sbin/pbuilder, 
/usr/sbin/cowbuilder
             When the <option>pristine-tar</option> option is not configured in
             <link 
linkend="debian-gbp.conf"><filename>debian/gbp.conf</filename></link>
             you need to explicitly use
-            <command>git-import-orig</command> <option>--pristine-tar</option>.
+            <command>gbp import-orig</command> <option>--pristine-tar</option>.
           </para>
           <para>
             If you do not use <command>git-buildpackage</command>, please use
@@ -1151,7 +1150,7 @@ Cmnd_Alias PBUILDERS=/usr/sbin/pbuilder, 
/usr/sbin/cowbuilder
           <warning>
             <para>
               While it's possible to use the <option>--uscan</option> option
-              to have <command>git-import-orig</command> download the upstream
+              to have <command>gbp import-orig</command> download the upstream
               tarball using <command>uscan</command> before importing it,
               its use is not recommended when the upstream tarball is repacked.
               There is a bug
@@ -1159,7 +1158,7 @@ Cmnd_Alias PBUILDERS=/usr/sbin/pbuilder, 
/usr/sbin/cowbuilder
               that causes <command>git-import-orig</command> to import the
               unrepacked tarball.
               This bug is fixed in <literal>jessie</literal>, but
-              <command>git-import-orig</command> in <literal>wheezy</literal>
+              <command>gbp import-orig</command> in <literal>wheezy</literal>
               is still affected.
             </para>
           </warning>
@@ -1261,7 +1260,7 @@ Cmnd_Alias PBUILDERS=/usr/sbin/pbuilder, 
/usr/sbin/cowbuilder
             It's highly recommended to always build the package in clean
             <command>cowbuilder</command> chroot using:
 <programlisting>
-<command>git-buildpackage</command> <option>--git-pbuilder</option>
+<command>gbp buildpackage</command> <option>--git-pbuilder</option>
 </programlisting>
             Without the <option>--git-pbuilder</option> option plain
             <command>debuild</command> is used on the development system itself
@@ -1273,7 +1272,7 @@ Cmnd_Alias PBUILDERS=/usr/sbin/pbuilder, 
/usr/sbin/cowbuilder
             <literal>wheezy-backports</literal>, use the
             <option>--git-dist</option> option.
 <programlisting>
-<command>git-buildpackage</command> <option>--git-pbuilder</option> 
<option>--git-dist=<replaceable>&lt;distribution&gt;</replaceable></option>
+<command>gbp buildpackage</command> <option>--git-pbuilder</option> 
<option>--git-dist=<replaceable>&lt;distribution&gt;</replaceable></option>
 </programlisting>
             Refer to the
             <link linkend="git-pbuilder">Setup the build environment</link>
@@ -1304,7 +1303,7 @@ Cmnd_Alias PBUILDERS=/usr/sbin/pbuilder, 
/usr/sbin/cowbuilder
             <filename>debian/gbp.conf</filename> you can use the
             <option>--git-pristine-tar</option> option.
 <programlisting>
-<command>git-buildpackage</command> <option>--git-pbuilder</option> 
<option>--git-pristine-tar</option>
+<command>gbp buildpackage</command> <option>--git-pbuilder</option> 
<option>--git-pristine-tar</option>
 </programlisting>
             Or if you need to override the automatic use of
             <command>pristine-tar</command> via the
@@ -1316,7 +1315,7 @@ Cmnd_Alias PBUILDERS=/usr/sbin/pbuilder, 
/usr/sbin/cowbuilder
             a different architecture than that of the development system, such
             as <literal>i386</literal> on <literal>amd64</literal>.
 <programlisting>
-<command>git-buildpackage</command> <option>--git-pbuilder</option> 
<option>--git-arch=<replaceable>&lt;architecture&gt;</replaceable></option>
+<command>gbp buildpackage</command> <option>--git-pbuilder</option> 
<option>--git-arch=<replaceable>&lt;architecture&gt;</replaceable></option>
 </programlisting>
             Refer to the
             <link linkend="git-pbuilder">Setup the build environment</link>
@@ -1330,7 +1329,7 @@ Cmnd_Alias PBUILDERS=/usr/sbin/pbuilder, 
/usr/sbin/cowbuilder
             <option>--git-debian-branch</option> option to specify another
             branch.
 <programlisting>
-<command>git-buildpackage</command> <option>--git-pbuilder</option> 
<option>--git-debian-branch=<replaceable>&lt;branch&gt;</replaceable></option>
+<command>gbp buildpackage</command> <option>--git-pbuilder</option> 
<option>--git-debian-branch=<replaceable>&lt;branch&gt;</replaceable></option>
 </programlisting>
             For building a package for <literal>experimental</literal> using
             dependencies from <literal>unstable</literal> only, the above is
@@ -1339,7 +1338,7 @@ Cmnd_Alias PBUILDERS=/usr/sbin/pbuilder, 
/usr/sbin/cowbuilder
           <para>
             To build the package using a different distribution and branch use:
 <programlisting>
-<command>git-buildpackage</command> <option>--git-pbuilder</option> 
<option>--git-dist=<replaceable>&lt;distribution&gt;</replaceable></option> 
<option>--git-debian-branch=<replaceable>&lt;branch&gt;</replaceable></option>
+<command>gbp buildpackage</command> <option>--git-pbuilder</option> 
<option>--git-dist=<replaceable>&lt;distribution&gt;</replaceable></option> 
<option>--git-debian-branch=<replaceable>&lt;branch&gt;</replaceable></option>
 </programlisting>
             For example, use the <literal>wheezy</literal> distribution and
             the <literal>wheezy-backports</literal> branch to build a backport.

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