This page briefly describes how to use the SVN repository of the Pkg-Apache Team.
At first, when you checkout the repository, its structure might seem a bit non-standard. Well, you're right. It is. That's why this page exists.
Our SVN repository structure is a bit weird. Usually it is something like:
package/ |-- branches/ |-- tags/ `-- trunk/
We, instead, have (for some -- historical? -- reason):
. |-- branches/ | |-- package1/ | `-- package2/ |-- tags/ | |-- package1/ | `-- package2/ `-- trunk/ |-- package1/ `-- package2/
Building the packages
apache2, apr, apr-util
To build a package, please do the following:
get the upstream source tarball from somewhere (apt-get source, uscan, ...)
untar it and cd into it:
$ tar -xvzf apache2_2.2.8.orig.tar.gz $ cd httpd-2.2.8/
checkout the directory in the repository calling it debian:
$ svn co svn+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/svn/pkg-apache/trunk/apache2 debian
use dpkg-buildpackage to make the package, using the -I option (which removes any SVN-related directories from the tarball):
$ dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot -us -uc -I
Well, that's it!
The whole tarball is in svn (it's a native package).
You don't want to touch that. It's different.
You can subscribe to the svn commit mails here: http://lists.alioth.debian.org/mailman/listinfo/pkg-apache-commits.