also sprach Stefano Zacchiroli <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [2008.03.19.1028 +0100]:
> I've a git repository which has been used to version only the debian/
> dir thus far [1]. Now that we have git and its space efficiency, I want
> to version both upstream sources and the debian dir in the very same
> system.

Doesn't do
exactly this? It doesn't use git-buildpackage though.

> What I would need is the ability to create a separate history line
> from scratch, call it "usptream", tie it with the master history
> with a new (fake) commit root, and then merge the two into master.
> Is that possible with git or some other $DVCS?

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