|dpt-upstream-repo(1)||Debian Perl packaging Tools||dpt-upstream-repo(1)|
dpt-upstream-repo - add upstream Git repository as git remote upstream-repo
dpt upstream-repo [-g|-u]
dpt upstream-repo adds the upstream Git repository as a git remote named upstream-repo. The URL for the repository is read from debian/upstream/metadata's Repository field.
In case debian/upstream/metadata doesn't exist, it is created with dpt-debian-upstream(1).
- Don't create debian/upstream/metadata.
Used for initial cloning, e.g. with mr up: We want the upstream repo being added if debian/upstream/metadata exists.
The letter g is used for historical reasons because initially this option only suppressed the automatic committing to the git repository.
- Update the URL of the upstream-repo git remote. The value is
read from the same places as for the initial creation.
-u implies -g, i.e. we also don't create debian/upstream/metadata on updates.
COPYRIGHT & LICENSE¶
- Copyright 2013-2022 gregor herrmann firstname.lastname@example.org
- Copyright 2014 David Bremner email@example.com
- Copyright 2015 Axel Beckert firstname.lastname@example.org
- Copyright 2016 Alex Muntada email@example.com
This program is free software, licensed under the same term as perl.