Debian nightly packages don't have versions from git-version-gen
It would be useful if the debian nightly package versions have the version information that we generate from our git-version-gen scripts, like "0.7.0.9-2564"
This way, the package version directly reflects a specific commit in a specific repository and it is uniquely identified what is contained in the package.
Also, it will be clear that it's not in fact a plain 0.7.0, but a 0.7.0 with some additions (9 commits)
Updated by lynxis almost 5 years ago
- Status changed from New to In Progress
- % Done changed from 0 to 30
OBS is building atm new packages. I'll check the version of the package and the binaries as soon they're built.
Updated by lynxis over 4 years ago
- Status changed from In Progress to Stalled
- % Done changed from 30 to 90
osmocom-nightly-packages: replace version string with by git-version-gen E.g. old version 0.10.2.20180501 (0.10.2 last deb version, 20180501 was the date) The new version will look like 0.10.2.279.178b - 0.10.2 is the last tag - .279 is 279 commits since the tag - 178b is the actual short git rev The direct output of ./git-version-gen couldn't be used because debian forbids using a minus (-) in upstream versions.