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dpkg-genchanges - generate Debian .changes files
reads information from an unpacked and built Debian source tree and
from the files it has generated and generates a Debian upload control
Causes changelog information from all versions strictly later than
to be used.
Read the description of the changes from the file
rather than using the information from the source tree's changelog
as the name and email address of the maintainer for this package,
rather than using the information from the source tree's control file.
as the name and email address of the maintainer for this upload,
rather than using the information from the source tree's changelog.
-si, -sa, -sd
These options control whether the original source archive is included
in the upload generated by
if any source is being generated (i.e.,
-b or -B
haven't been used).
By default, or if
is specified, the original source will be included if the version
number ends in
-0 or -1,
i.e. if the Debian revision part of the version number is
0 or 1.
forces the inclusion of the original source;
forces its exclusion and includes only the diff.
Set an output substitution variable.
See deb-substvars(5) for a discussion of output substitution.
Read substitution variables in
the default is
Override or add an output control file field.
Remove an output control file field.
-b, -B, -S
dpkg-genchanges and dpkg-buildpackage-b and -B
specify that a binary-only build is taking place.
indicates that no source files are to be built and/or distributed, and
that no architecture-independent binary package files are to be
specifies that only the source should be uploaded and no binary packages
need to be made. The distinction between
-b and -B
is only used by
just produces a
file for whatever files were produced by the
target(s) of the package being built.
Specifies the main source control file to read information from. The
Specifies the change log file to read information from. The
Read the list of files to be uploaded here, rather than using
Specifies the format of the changelog. By default the format is read
from a special line near the bottom of the changelog or failing that
defaults to the debian standard format.
Look for the files to be uploaded in
needs to find these files so that it can include their sizes and
checksums in the
will produce informative messages on standard error, for example about
how many of the package's source files are being uploaded.
suppresses these messages.
Show the usage message and exit.
Show the version and exit.
The list of generated files which are part of the upload being
reads the data here when producing a
Copyright (C) 1995-1996 Ian Jackson
Copyright (C) 2000 Wichert Akkerman
This is free software; see the GNU General Public Licence version 2 or later
for copying conditions. There is NO WARRANTY.