note i'm cc'ing debian-devel, as i see the same question recurring over
and over and over again about how nice it would be if there were some
way to merge the ./debian changes of an svn-export back into the
tree of a ./debian-only project. most specifically this has come up a
few times in the patch-management thread as a "limitation" of quilt wrt
dpatch, to which i emphatically disagree.
the thing is, there already is a way to do this, using the extremely
useful svn-do script provided in /usr/share/svn-buildpackage.
furthermore, i would say this is the "correct" way of solving this
problem, as it shouldn't be the patch management systems' responsibility
to know the details of how $developer is keeping source in $vcs.
so, is there any reason svn-do can't be dropped into /usr/bin?
Kernel: Linux 2.6.22-3-amd64 (SMP w/2 CPU cores)
Locale: LANG=en_US.utf8, LC_CTYPE=en_US.utf8 (charmap=UTF-8)
Shell: /bin/sh linked to /bin/bash
Versions of packages svn-buildpackage depends on:
ii devscripts 2.10.14 scripts to make the life of a Debi
ii file 4.23-1 Determines file type using "magic"
ii libsvn-perl 1.4.4dfsg1-1 Perl bindings for Subversion
ii liburi-perl 1.35.dfsg.1-1 Manipulates and accesses URI strin
ii perl 5.8.8-12 Larry Wall's Practical Extraction
ii subversion 1.4.4dfsg1-1 Advanced version control system
ii unp 1.0.14 unpack (almost) everything with on
ii wget 1.10.2-3 retrieves files from the web