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       git-import-dscs,  gbp-import-dscs  -  Import multiple versions of a Debian source packages
       into a Git repository


       gbp import-dscs [ options ] [ git-import-dsc options ] pkg_1.dsc pkg_2.dsc ...


       gbp import-dscs --debsnap [ options ] [ git-import-dsc options ] package


       gbp import-dscs imports several versions of a Debian source package into a Git repository.
       To  do  so it sorts the packages by their versions first and then imports them via calling
       gbp import-dsc on each package.

       If the current directory isn't a Git repository already the repository  is  created  in  a
       subdir of the current working directory, named after the first imported package, otherwise
       the Git repository in the current  working  directory  is  being  used.  This  allows  for
       incremental imports.


              Fetch snapshots from using debsnap.

              Ignore  gbp.conf  files  stored in the git repository itself. This can be useful to
              ignore branch informations and other options shipped in the package source.

       All other options are passed on verbatim to gbp import-dsc.


       gbp-import-dsc(1),  gbp-buildpackage(1),  gbp-import-orig(1),   gbp-dch(1),   gbp.conf(5),
       debuild(1),       git(1),      pristine-tar(1),      The      Git-Buildpackage      Manual


       Guido Guenther <>

                                         15 February 2014                      GBP-IMPORT-DSCS(1)