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DCH-REPEAT(1) General Commands Manual DCH-REPEAT(1)
dch-repeat - repeats a changelog entry into an older release
dch-repeat --build-tree <PATH>
dch-repeat --source-release <RELEASE>
dch-repeat --target-release <RELEASE>
dch-repeat --devel-release <RELEASE>
dch-repeat --pocket <POCKET>
dch-repeat is used to repeat a changelog into an older release. It expects that --build-tree is laid out with each Ubuntu release as a
separate directory ("feisty", "edgy", etc).
For example, if gimp had a security update prepared for Feisty in $TREE/feisty/gimp-2.2.13, running dch-repeat in $TREE/edgy/gimp-2.2.13
would pull in the latest changelog from the Feisty build.
Listed below are the command line options for dch-repeat:
-h or --help
Display a help message and exit.
Base of build trees. Default is /scratch/ubuntu/build.
-s or --source-release RELEASE
Which release to take changelog from.
Which release to build into.
Which release is the development release.
Which pocket to use.
dch-repeat was written by Kees Cook <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This manual page was written by Jonathan Patrick Davies <email@example.com>.
Both are released under the GNU General Public License, version 2.
ubuntu-dev-tools 10 August 2008 DCH-REPEAT(1)