dgit 9.4 source package in Ubuntu


dgit (9.4) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Support the Ubuntu Cloud Archive [Matthew Vernon]. Closes:#932322.

  test suite:
  * tag-to-upload tests: Tolerate a changed git message.  Closes:#932475.

  * debian/copyright: Add some missing credtis
  * Update copyright notices in many files

 -- Ian Jackson <email address hidden>  Sat, 20 Jul 2019 16:26:32 +0100

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dgit: git interoperability with the Debian archive

 dgit (with the associated infrastructure) makes it possible to
 treat the Debian archive as a git repository.
 dgit push constructs uploads from git commits
 dgit clone and dgit fetch construct git commits from uploads.

dgit-infrastructure: dgit server backend infrastructure

 This package contains tools which are useful for setting up a dgit
 git repository server. You probably want dgit, the client package,
 instead of dgit-infrastructure.

git-debpush: client script for git pushing to Debian-style archives

 git-debpush is a script to create and push a specially formatted
 signed git tag. The metadata in the tag indicates that the tagged
 commit should be pushed (or "uploaded") to a Debian-style archive.
 Tags generated by this script can be read by an intermediary service,
 which performs any conversion that's needed (such as producing and
 signing a .dsc and .changes), and then uploads the result to the
 Debian-style archive on your behalf.

git-debrebase: rebasing git workflow tool for Debian packaging

 git-debrebase is a tool for representing in git, and manipulating,
 Debian packages based on upstream source code.