On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 05:27:02PM +0100, Romain Francoise wrote:
> With quilt you can use `quilt graph' to generate a directed graph of
> your patch dependencies (with a configurable amount of context).

*Very* interesting, thanks!

For the sake of context here is what the quilt manpage has to say
about that command:

> Generate a dot(1) directed graph showing the dependencies between
> applied patches. A patch depends on another patch if both touch the
> same file or, with the --lines option, if their modifications
> overlap. Unless otherwise specified, the graph includes all patches
> that the topmost patch depends on.

An importer quilt -> topgit on top of that would be awesome.
madduck: do you have a TODO list about the tools which vcs-pkg aims to
produce in supporting vcs-based workflows? This would be a nice item
to add.

Cheers.

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