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gbp.conf - Gbp configuration file
/etc/git-buildpackage/gbp.conf system wide ~/.gbp.conf per user .gbp.conf per branch, can be published with the repository (deprecated) debian/gbp.conf per branch, can be published with the repository .git/gbp.conf per repository
The gbp.conf provides default global options and specific options for gbp commands. All have the same format and are parsed in the above order. The file consists of several sections, one for each command. Comments start with a hash sign (#). The generic file syntax is: [DEFAULT] # This is section for global settings. Affects all commands key = value [<command>] # Specific sections for each command, like gbp buildpackage key = value [remote-config <name>] # Specific sections for a remote configuration. This can be used several # times to set up remote configuration for gbp-create-remote-repo key = value For backwards compatibility sections starting with git- or gbp- are still supported. key=value pairs of the command sections reflect the command line options and their settings. For example gbp-buildpackage(1) manualpage contains the --git-export- dir=diirectory option which can be turned into configuration file setting by dropping the --git prefix with: [buildpackage] export-dir = directory Notice that some option are actually repeatable, or take Python lists. For example the gbp-import-orig(1) commmand has the --filter=pattern option which can be truned into a configuration file option like this: [import-orig] filter = .svn filter = .hg An alternative way is to write it using Python list syntax: [import-orig] filter = [ '.svn', '.hg' ] Boolean options can be either True or False. For example gbp-import-orig(1); has the --pristine-tar and --no-pristine-tar options which translate to: [import-orig] pristine-tar = True and [import-orig] pristine-tar = False respectively. Note: To see the current set of values that would be applied after parsing the configuration files run the command with --help and check it's output. Note: gbp import-dscs and git-pbuilder can't be configured via gbp.conf. gbp-create-remote-repo(1) can additionally parse remote site configurations from gbp.conf. For example a configration like: [remote-config pkg-libvirt] # Location of the repository remote-url-pattern = ssh://git.debian.org/git/pkg-libvirt/%(pkg)s # Template dir to passed to git-init template-dir = /srv/alioth.debian.org/chroot/home/groups/pkg-libvirt/git-template Can be used to create remote repositories for the pkg-libvirt project using: gbp-create-remote-repo --remote-config=pkg-libvirt This can be useful if you're often creating new remote repositores for different projects.
An example set up for packaging work: # $HOME/gbp.conf [DEFAULT] pristine-tar = True cleaner = fakeroot debian/rules clean [buildpackage] export-dir = ../build-area/ [import-orig] dch = False filter = .svn filter = .hg filter = .bzr filter = CVS filter = debian/* filter = */debian/* filter-pristine-tar = True [import-dsc] filter = [ 'CVS', '.cvsignore', '.hg', '.hgignore' '.bzr', '.bzrignore', '.gitignore' ] # End of file
GBP_CONF_FILES Colon separated list of files to parse. The default is the above list of configuration files.
See See /etc/git-buildpackage/gbp.conf for an example.
gbp-clone(1), gbp-create-remote-repo(1), gbp-pq(1) gbp-pull(1), gbp-dch(1), gbp-import- dsc(1), gbp-import-orig(1), gbp-buildpackage(1), The Git-Buildpackage Manual <URL:file:///usr/share/doc/git-buildpackage/manual-html/index.html>
Guido Guenther <firstname.lastname@example.org> This manual page is based on a POD version by Jari Aalto <email@example.com>. Released under license GNU GPL version 2 or (at your option) any later. version. 15 February 2014 GBP.CONF(5)