Section: Command reference (1) Updated: May 2009 Local index
svn-upgrade - upgrade source package from a new upstream revision
svn-upgrade newsource [options]
modifies a Debian package source located in a Subversion repository, upgrading it to a new upstream release. The repository filesystem tree must be in the format created by
accepts the following options on the command-line:
-V STRING | --version STRING
Forces a different upstream version string
-c | --clean
and removes the
directory in the new source.
-P STRING | --packagename STRING
Forces a different package name
-v | --verbose
More verbose program output
-r | --replay-conflicting
Extra cleanup run: replaces all conflicting files with upstream versions. Review of
output before doing that could make sense.
-N | --noautodch
Upgrade without making a new changelog entry.
Default: Make the changelog entry.
-u | --uscan
to download the new version.
Turn off interactive mode.
In noninteractive mode, ignore errors.
Make files that are ignored due to subversion ignore patterns to be 'import'ed or 'skip'ed.
-e | --auto-epoch
Automatically increase version epoch if the new upstream version is not greater than the current.
before merging the new upstream source.
Tarballs must be compressed with
The svn-buildpackage HOWTO manual
Subversion command line client tool
build Debian packages from SVN repository
This manual page was written by Eduard Bloch in roff.
Goneri Le Bouder
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Copyright © 2009 Eduard Bloch
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