Allows Debian source packages with multiple patches
DBS stands for Debian Build System and is an alternative approach for
source packages which want to ship a pristine source and then apply
patches to it. This allows the distribution of multiple patches inside
one package that are applied during the build process.
This directory contains files used internally by the dbs scripts.
They are subject to change and MUST NOT be used directly by
dbs for Debian
DBS is more completely document via its documentation, including documentation
installed with the package and man pages.
There are two functional parts of dbs:
1. Build infrastructure, two methods currently exist:
A. /usr/share/dbs/dbs-build.mk included in debian/rules, used for
building dbs packages. It is extensively described in the dbs(7)
man page. I
This package uses a build system called DBS (Doogie's Build System).
To extract the upstream source, run "debian/rules setup". This will
extract the pristine source in build-tree/, and apply patches from
Note that source modifications in build-tree/ will not be preserved
after the "clean" target is run.
To create patches for the source, remember the following steps: There
DBS-EDIT-PATCH(1) Debian Build System DBS-EDIT-PATCH(1)
DBS(7) Debian Build System DBS(7)
dbs - Debian Bui
dbs (0.47) unstable; urgency=low
* dbs is deprecated, 3.0 (quilt) format should be used instead;
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