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authorIan Jackson <>2016-07-31 18:41:02 +0100
committerIan Jackson <>2016-09-05 13:41:48 +0100
commit045ec681a42fd823280cdec86a177309ddd741f0 (patch)
tree19f322b5ee46181e5d73119a4f21ca15c2217382 /tests/tests/quilt-gbp
parent3e228ac23b8b7351a7de2957de1f42fb894bb1f5 (diff)
Split tags: Genrate maintainer-view tag too
push_tagwants gets a new argument, $maintviewhead, which is defined iff the quilt mode means we want split tags. It then specifies the generation of both tags. push_mktags gains the ability to make the new `maint' view tag (and checks that the view is not something else unexpected). Introduce a function debiantag_maintview for calculating the maintainer's idea of the tag. Currently we use DEP-14 encoding (and this function is a clone-and-hack of, but perhaps we should do something more complicated (depending on the quilt mode). For now we do not push the maint view tag anywhere. The ability to do that, where appropriate, will come in a moment. This commit introduces protocol version 4, which includes the new `maint-view' param. When have a split brain quilt mode, we need to be sure that we're using protocol version 4 or out peer may not honour this, resulting in an annoying failure later (the responder sending a different number of tags to the number expected). We also have to check that we're using the new tag format (or we might want to try to generate two different tags with the same name, which is madness). When the quilt mode is not a split brain one, this whole commit should produce no overall functional change (even though a higher protocol version may be negotiated). Signed-off-by: Ian Jackson <>
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