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NAME

       gbp-import-orig - Import an upstream source into a git repository

SYNOPSIS

       gbp import-orig [--version] [--help] [--verbose] [--color=[auto|on|off]] [--color-scheme=
                       COLOR_SCHEME] [--upstream-version= version] [--[no-]merge] [--merge-mode=
                       [auto|merge|replace]] [--upstream-branch= branch_name] [--debian-branch=
                       branch_name] [--upstream-vcs-tag= tag-format] [--[no-]sign-tags] [--keyid=
                       gpg-keyid] [--upstream-tag= tag-format] [--filter= pattern]...
                       [--component= component]... [--[no-]pristine-tar] [--[no-]filter-pristine-
                       tar] [--[no-]symlink-orig] [--postimport=cmd] [--[no-]interactive]
                       [--[no-]rollback] filename | url | --uscan

DESCRIPTION

       gbp import-orig imports upstream sources into a Git repository. It can import  from  three
       sources:

       1.  filename:  A  file  in  the local file system. Gzip, bzip2, lzma and xz compressed tar
           archives, zip archives and already unpacked source trees are supported.

       2.  url: The tarball is downloaded from a http or  https  url.   This  needs  the  python-
           request package installed.

       3.  --uscan:  The  latest  upstream  or  specified version is fetched via uscan relying on
           debian/watch.

       If the tarballs name is already of the form package-name_version.orig.tar.gz, the  version
       information  is  determined  from the tarball's filename, otherwise it can be given on the
       command line via --upstream-version. If the  source  package  name  or  version  can't  be
       determined, gbp import-orig will prompt for it unless --no-interactive is given.

       The  sources are placed on the upstream branch (default: upstream), tagged and merged onto
       the debian branch (default: master). This is either done  using  plain  git  merge  or  by
       creating  a new tree that consists of the new upstream version plus the debian/ directory.
       The later is used for source format 3.0 (quilt) packages since direct modifications of the
       upstream  sources  are not allowed in that format and so a 1:1 replacement of the upstream
       sources is almost always desired. It can be tweaked via the --merge-mode.

       In case of an error gbp import-orig will rollback (undo) all changes it has  done  to  the
       repository (see the --rollback option).

OPTIONS

       --version
              Print version of the program, i.e. version of the git-buildpackage suite

       -v, --verbose
              Verbose execution

       -h, --help
              Print help and exit

       --color=[auto|on|off]
              Whether to use colored output.

       --color-scheme=COLOR_SCHEME
              Colors  to  use  in  output (when color is enabled). The format for COLOR_SCHEME is
              '<debug>:<info>:<warning>:<error>'.  Numerical values and color names are accepted,
              empty  fields  imply the default color. For example, --git-color-scheme='cyan:34::'
              would show debug messages in cyan, info messages in  blue  and  other  messages  in
              default (i.e. warning and error messages in red).

       --upstream-version=version, -uversion
              The upstream version number. With --uscan, passed to uscan as --download-debversion

       --[no-]merge
              Merge the upstream branch to the Debian branch after import

       --merge-mode=[auto|merge|replace]
              How to fold the newly imported upstream source to the Debian packaging branch after
              import.

              merge does a Git  merge  leaving  you  on  your  own  in  case  of  merge  conflict
              resolution.

              replace  mode  on  the  other  hand  makes  the head of the Debian packaging branch
              identical to the newly imported tree but  preserves  the  content  of  the  debian/
              directory  while  keeping  the  current  head as well as the newly imported tree as
              parents of the generated commit. This is similar to a theirs merge  strategy  while
              preserving debian/.

              The  default  is  auto  which  uses  replace  for  3.0  (quilt)  packages and merge
              otherwise.

       --upstream-branch=branch_name
              The branch in the Git repository the upstream sources  are  put  onto.  Default  is
              upstream.

       --debian-branch=branch_name
              The  branch in the Git repository the Debian package is being developed on, default
              is master. After importing the new sources on the upstream branch,  gbp import-orig
              will try to merge the new version onto this branch.

       --upstream-vcs-tag=tag-format
              Add  tag-format  as additional parent to the commit of the upstream tarball. Useful
              when upstream uses git and you want to link to its revision history. The tag-format
              can be a pattern similar to what --upstream-tag supports.

       --[no-]sign-tags
              GPG sign all created tags.

       --keyid=gpg-keyid
              Use this keyid for gpg signing tags.

       --upstream-tag=tag-format
              Use    this    tag    format   when   tagging   upstream   versions,   default   is
              upstream/%(version)s.

       --import-msg=msg-format
              Use this format string for the commit message  when  importing  upstream  versions,
              default is New upstream version %(version)s.

       --filter=pattern
              Filter out files glob-matching pattern. This option can be given multiple times.

       --component=COMPONENT
              When  importing  the  upstream  tarball  also  look  for an additional tarball with
              component name COMPONENT. E.g. in hello-debhelper_1.0.orig-foo.tar.gz the component
              would  be  foo. The additional tarball is expected to be in the same directory than
              the upstream tarball and to use the same compression type.

              Using additional original tarballs is a feature of the 3.0 (quilt)  source  format.
              See   the  dpkg-source  manpage  for  details.  This  is  currently  considered  an
              experimental feature and might change incompatibly.

       --[no-]pristine-tar
              Generate pristine-tar delta file.

       --[no-]filter-pristine-tar
              If using a filter, also filter the files out of the tarball passed to pristine-tar.

       --[no-]symlink-orig
              Whether to create and keep a symlink from the upstream tarball to a  Debian  policy
              conformant upstream tarball name located in ../.

              This  is  a  good  idea  if  not  using pristine-tar since it avoids creating a new
              tarball with a different md5sum.

       --postimport=cmd
              Run cmd after the import. The hook gets the following environment variables passed:

              GBP_BRANCH
                     The name of the Debian packaging branch

              GBP_TAG
                     The name of the just created upstream tag

              GBP_UPSTREAM_VERSION
                     The just imported upstream version

              GBP_DEBIAN_VERSION
                     The Debian version of the package with a Debian revision of '-1'

       --uscan
              Use uscan to fetch  new  upstream  version.  The  version  can  be  specified  with
              --upstream-version

       --[no-]interactive
              Run command interactively, i.e. ask package name and version if needed.

       --[no-]rollback
              Rollback changes in case of an error.

EXAMPLES

       Download and import a new upstream version using the information from debian/watch

             gbp import-orig --uscan

       Fetch tarball from an URL

             gbp import-orig https://debian.example.com/sid/upstream-tarball-0.1.tar.gz

       Import a local tarball

             gbp import-orig ../upstream-tarball-0.1.tar.gz

CONFIGURATION FILES

       Several  gbp.conf  files  are parsed to set defaults for the above command-line arguments.
       See the gbp.conf(5) manpage for details.

SEE ALSO

       gbp-buildpackage(1),  gbp-import-dsc(1),  gbp-import-dscs(1),   gbp-dch(1),   gbp.conf(5),
       uscan(1), debuild(1), git(1), pristine-tar(1), The Git-Buildpackage Manual ⟨file:///usr/
       share/doc/git-buildpackage/manual-html/index.html⟩

AUTHOR

       Guido Günther <agx@sigxcpu.org>

                                          21 March 2019                        gbp-import-orig(1)