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dpt-forward - Forward a bug or a patch upstream
dpt forward [option...] path/to/some.patch [bug-number]
dpt forward [option...] bug-number [path/to/some.patch]
Distribution name. Determined from META, the "Homepage" field in debian/control file
or the "Source" field in debian/copyright, in that order.
Normally <dpt-forward> checks if the bug/patch is already forwarded upstream and
aborts if so. With this option, the check is still done, but execution is not aborted
and only a warning is issued.
Specifies the location of the META file. Defaults to META.json or META.yml in the
current directory, whichever is found first.
Mode of operation. Should rarely be needed.
Determines the meaning of the arguments. bug means that the first argument is a bug
number, and the second argument is a patch file name. patch means the opposite.
Determined from the first non-option argument and whether it looks like a bug number
or a patch file name.
All operations that require network are replaced with stubs, allowing for off-line
If present, the information is submitted to the ticket as an additional comment.
If missing, a new ticket is created.
Tracker used by the distribution. dpt forward currently supports cpan
(<http://rt.cpan.org>) and github. The default is determined from the
"resources->bugtracker->web" field of META. If that field is not present, cpan is
Tracker URL to submit the information to. Taken from the "resources->bugtracker->web"
field of META. Defaults to
"https://rt.cpan.org/Public/Dist/Display.html?Name=dist-name" for cpan and is
mandatory for github.
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