[zeromq-dev] Debian packaging licensing (was Re: Debian?packaging fails (Debian/Lenny, Ubuntu 9.10))
Adrian von Bidder
avbidder at fortytwo.ch
Mon Apr 12 08:49:35 CEST 2010
On Sunday 11 April 2010 19.29:53 Wolfgang Barth wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 11, 2010 at 05:49:18PM +0200, Adrian von Bidder wrote:
> > I'd go with 2.0.6+1d28dc-1. Or possibly 2.0.6+git1d28dc-1
> Why not using git-dch (see my previous mail)?
> If the current version in changelog is 2.0.6, you get the
> following schema:
> 2.0.6 = current version
> ~1 = snapshot numbering
> gbp = git-buildpackage
> 6fea42= current commit id
This would be a snapshot that comes *before* 2.0.6 (in Debian's version
ordering: The tilde means "version x~y is earlier than version x"
Not sure if that's what you mean - as I've said I think it's more logical to
use the last released version and increase it instead of using the next
version with a tilde. But that's just a matter of taste in the end. In any
case: sure, using an existing tool instead of writing your own code is
better in most cases. I don't use git, so I just didn't know git-dch.
> git-dch --auto --snapshot generate this and update changelog with log
> entries from git log.
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