On Sat, 29 Nov 2014 08:52:33 +0100
Johannes Kastl <mail(a)ojkastl.de> wrote:
Thank you all for the help.
If you want to modify a package (e.g. do a version
update) and want to
get these changes into the repository/project where the package is
from, then branch is your friend.
Otherwise, as the others said, osc copypac creates a completely
independent package, that has the same state and history as the
package you copy from.
I want(ed) to create new package bogofilter-sqlite which is based on
bogofilter but uses Sqlite3 database as storage back-end instead of
default 'db' one.
I did as advised and here is the package which works for me - I'm using
it with Claws-mail with its bogofilter plugin.
Result is here:
First I was changing spec file and submitting via web, then I did build
package locally and commit.
Please, advice/correct me!!
No need to tell, but I'd like that bogofilter ends up in openSUSE since
I was using the same package in FreeBSD
), in Arch Linux
) as well in
Debian Sid (https://packages.debian.org/sid/bogofilter-sqlite
where did I migrate to SUSE.
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