Change logs for bzr-builddeb source package in Feisty

  • bzr-builddeb (0.15~rc1) feisty; urgency=low
      * Version designed to work with bzr 0.15.
      * Bump depends on bzr appropriately.
      * Install the plugin in .../plugins/builddeb instead of
        .../plugins/bzr-builddeb, as the latter is not a valid python identifier
        as is now required by bzr.
      * Export the package build to the correct directory name, using the upstream
        version rather than the full version. This removes a warning from
        dpkg-source when building and Closes: #409981. Thanks to James Vega.
     -- James Westby <email address hidden>   Wed, 28 Feb 2007 19:16:28 +0000
  • bzr-builddeb (0.14ubuntu2) feisty; urgency=low
      * fix the deprecation warning about 'short options' on every load of
        this plugin with bzr 0.14.
      * repack with a full bzr branch in the source
     -- Reinhard Tartler <email address hidden>   Wed, 31 Jan 2007 08:46:05 +0100
  • bzr-builddeb (0.14ubuntu1) feisty; urgency=low
      * revert the smart options patch so that the package gets usable with bzr 0.13 again.
    bzr-builddeb (0.14) UNRELEASED; urgency=low
      * Compatible with bzr 0.14.
      * Drop the silly restriction on only invoking the command from the root
        of a branch.
      * Add support for non-native full source packages. To do this, just
        have orig-dir pointing to the dir containing the upstream tarballs.
        This involves a change in behaviour I am afraid. Native packages are
        now not the default, so if you have one echo 'native = True' to
      * Add support for creating non-native packages from full source branches
        by creating the tarball from the branch, rather than the user creating it.
        It simply blows away debian/ from the tarball and names it appropriately
        in the build dir to get a non-native package where all of and only
        debian/ are in the .diff.gz.
      * Add support for exporting the upstream code from a bzr branch when in
        merge mode. Just use export-upstream with a URI of a bzr branch and that
        code will be the .orig.tar.gz of the source package. Please make sure
        that you don't grab a different upstream code for the same upstream
        version, that could break things horribly. You can also specify the
        revision to export with export-upstream-revision to combat this.
      * Add support for pulling in the upstream branch when it is local so that
        you can build the lastest version. The 'export-upstream-prepull' option
        is only availble as a config file option.
      * Add an option to stop the build if the above mentioned pull did nothing.
      * Add a --short/-S parameter to build source packages and a source-builder
        option to configure what it does.
      * Change to use the new version of the python-debian API, so that 0.1.1 is
        now required.
      * Builddeb configuration files that are used in the branch are marked as
        non-trusted. This means that you can no longer set any of the builders in
        them, as this would be arbitrary code execution. You have to set the
        builders in your ~/.bazaar/builddeb.conf now. If you don't like this
        change then please propose a scheme that allows you to do what you want,
        but doesn't expose people to the security threat.
      * Bump the required version of bzr to 0.14~rc1 or greater and less than 0.15.
     -- Reinhard Tartler <email address hidden>   Tue, 16 Jan 2007 23:16:44 +0100
  • bzr-builddeb (0.13ubuntu1) feisty; urgency=low
      * upload to feisty
      * bump depends on bzr on (>= 0.13)
    bzr-builddeb (0.13) unstable; urgency=low
      * New release.
      * Comptible with bzr 0.13.
     -- Reinhard Tartler <email address hidden>   Tue, 16 Jan 2007 00:47:39 +0100