James Vega <james...@debian.org> wrote:
> From my perspective, it's still worthwhile. The build branch is where
> integration of all changes to the upstream package happens. This
> includes pulling in the packaging changes (aka, debian/) which happens
> on the master branch.
Ah, I see. Basically, your build branch is not TopGit-specific, but is
an integral part of your workflow. In that case, it certainly makes
sense to export your patches there. But am I right in assuming that you
would still maintain a build branch even if you were not using TopGit?
To answer my own question, I would say that the issue of a build branch
is somewhat TopGit-agnostic: if you already have one, use it; otherwise,
there's not much of a point in creating one just to hold the patches.
<elmo> Joy: thanks, joy
<doogie> elmo: that's redundant, elmo
<elmo> doogie: go play in traffic
<doogie> ah, the elmo we know and love
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