|author||Ian Jackson <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2018-10-13 12:01:35 +0100|
|committer||Ian Jackson <email@example.com>||2018-10-13 12:53:31 +0100|
dgit(1): Combine descriptions of --clean=dpkg-source and ...-d
We are going to add another dimension to the matrix here, which would result in a profusion of cases. Instead, combine the two sections. Signed-off-by: Ian Jackson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
1 files changed, 15 insertions, 12 deletions
@@ -573,20 +573,23 @@ If there are
files which are not in git, or if the build creates such files, a
subsequent dgit push will fail.
-.BR --clean=dpkg-source " | " -wd
+.BR --clean=dpkg-source "[" -d "] | " -wd " | " -wdd
Use dpkg-buildpackage to do the clean, so that the source package
is cleaned by dpkg-source running the package's clean target.
-This is the default.
-Requires the package's build dependencies.
-.BR --clean=dpkg-source-d " | " -wdd
-.B dpkg-buildpackage -d
-to do the clean,
-so that the source package
-is cleaned by dpkg-source running the package's clean target.
-The build-dependencies are not checked (due to
-.BR -d ),
+--clean=dpkg-source is the default.
+Without the extra
+.BR d ,
+requires the package's build dependencies.
+.BR ... -d
+.BR -wdd ,
+the build-dependencies are not checked
+(due to passing
which violates policy, but may work in practice.
.BR -N " | " --new