Provided by: revu-tools_0.6.1.5_all
revu-report - Debian packages reviewing tool
revu-report [ --help | -h ] [ upstream tarball [ dsc file ] ]
Debian packages reviewing tool. revu-report is a reviewing tool from the revu-tools package, aimed to helping reviewers of Debian packages in their task. revu-report uses revu-build and revu-orig to generate a full report in the current folder. Among the informations revu-report gives are: · Whether the package is a Debian-native ; · Whether the package contains a usable debian/watch file ; · Whether new versions of the program are available, using the debian/watch file with uscan ; · Whether the md5 sums of the upstream tarball and the orig.tar.gz are identical, and whether this is normal or not ; · Whether there is a diff between the extracted upstream tarball and orig.tar.gz. · Whether the package fails to build from source in pbuilder ; · Whether lintian and linda are happy with this package ; · Whether running debuild -S -sa on this package generates files in the diff outside of debian/.
--help | -h Show informations about the program and the usage. upstream tarball Indicate what file to use as upstream tarball. This is optional since revu-report can download the upstream tarball using debian/watch and/or detect its presence automatically in the folder. dsc file Indicate what dsc file to use. This is optional since revu-report can detect the dsc file automatically in the folder. Note that this argument can only be given if the tarball was given as first one.
Copyright © 2006 Raphaël Pinson. This manual page was written by Raphaël Pinson <<firstname.lastname@example.org>> for the Debian system (but may be used by others). Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation. On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL. 2005-02-08 revu-report(1)