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       dpt-checkout - work on a pkg-perl package


       dpt checkout package-name [package-name ...]

       dpt co package-name [package-name ...]


       dpt checkout checks out a working copy for the packaging of a given package.

       If you use dpt-shell-lib(1), dpt checkout even puts you in the directory of working copy
       if you checked out only one source package.

       If the package directory exists, the clone is updated by calling gbp-pull(1). If it
       doesn't exist, it is cloned off pkg-perl git repositories via gbp-clone(1).

       If there is an upstream repository information in debian/upstream/metadata,
       dpt-upstream-repo(1) is invoked to add it as a Git remote.

       dpt co is an alias for dpt checkout.


       dpt checkout uses the "DPT_PACKAGES" environment variable. If "DPT_PACKAGES" is not
       defined, the current working directory is used.

       See dpt-config(5) for details.


       Copyright 2013-2019 gregor herrmann
       Copyright 2013, 2014 Damyan Ivanov
       Copyright 2013 Axel Beckert

       This program is free software, licensed under the same term as perl.