Daniel Dehennin <daniel.dehen...@baby-gnu.org> writes: > Hello, > > I finally have something working to manage git-buildpackage from tags. > The debian/changelog is not updated on the branch.
hmm, never said finally, because in fact, I have something only nearly working ;-) The problem can be describe by a little diagram: #+begin_src text o-o-o <- tag upstream/1.0 \ \ o-o-H <- branch bugfix-1 (should became tag debian/1.0-2) \ / o-A-C-o-D-o-F <- master \ \ \ \ \ G <- should became tag debian/1.1-2 \ \ \ E <- tag debian/1.1-1 (after merging new upstream/1.1) \ B <- tag debian/1.0-1 #+end_src I think that my problem is that I don't know how to express the exclusion of descendant of a commit: - from A: I want debian/1.0-1, this mean the latest (in date) tag that has an ancestor A or one of its ancestors but not C - from H: I want debian/1.0-1 - when H became tagged, from A I want debian/1.0-2 (debian/1.0-2 became newest that debian/1.0-1 and has A as ancestor, but not C) - from C: I want debian/1.0-2 - from G: I want debian/1.1-1 Any comments are very welcome. Thanks. Footnotes:  there must be something conceptual I do not understand, reading manpages or forums does not help me :-/  http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3005392/git-how-can-i-tell-if-one-commit-is-a-descendant-of-another-commit -- Daniel Dehennin Récupérer ma clef GPG: gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys 0x7A6FE2DF
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