Sam Liddicott said on Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 02:45:13PM -0000:
> Yes that is interesting, I think there could be a lot of overlap.
I also thought so ;-)
> Maybe the package maintainer could have their own git branch with the
> distro's extra patches in it.
Indeed. The way I use it myself is with SVN (because I never passed the
required time to lean git well enough).
I have one repository for the project (or it could be just a URL
pointing to the tar.gz file) on one side, and another SVN repository for
hosting all the conf files needed by pb
(http://trac.project-builder.org/browser/projects in my case).
> I like your use of qemu to build in.
So do I ;-) Will also support soon mock/pbuilder for others who want
more a chroot type of approach.
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