Ben Gertzfield authored
simply run, from within the top level of the gtk+ directory: [ben@gilgamesh:~/src/gtk-snap/gtk+]% debian/build 1:16PM This will build a Debian snapshot release, updating debian/changelog, and place the resultant .debs in .. (~/src/gtk-snap/ in this example). The version numbers are automatically updated, and look like: YYYYMMDD.XX where YYYY is the four-digit year (Y10K problem!) and MM is the month (01-12) and DD is the day (01-31). XX is the build number; it starts at 01 and debian/build increments it if you build from CVS more than once in a day. If you're doing more than 99 CVS builds in one day you need your head checked. *NOTE*! The debian/build script I've written does not check in the changes it has made to debian/changelog; that'd be scary and probably generate too many log files all the time. This really doesn't matter *too* much, since debian/changelog is kind of irrelevant with CVS builds. Just know that the scant information that is in there will not be updated via CVS. Also, for obvious reasons, the debian/build script I've written disables PGP signing of the resultant .changes and .dsc file. Since these packages are not going into any archives, this will not be a problem. Of course, all this doesn't mean much to you if you don't have the Debian dpkg-dev tools and debhelper installed, so don't worry if you have no idea what I'm talking about. :)9b26da82
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