svn-upgrade — upgrade source package from a new upstream revision
svn-upgrade newsource [options]
svn-upgrade modifies a Debian package source located in a Subversion repository, upgrading it to a new upstream release. The repository filesystem tree must be in the format created by svn-inject.
svn-upgrade accepts the following options on the command-line:
Tarballs must be compressed with gzip or bzip2.
Forces a different upstream version string
make clean and removes
debian/ directory in the
Forces a different package name
More verbose program output
Extra cleanup run: replaces all conflicting files with upstream versions. Review of svn status output before doing that could make sense.
Upgrade without making a new changelog entry.
Default: Make the changelog entry.
Use uscan to download the new version.
Turn off interactive mode.
In noninteractive mode, ignore errors.
Make files that are ignored due to subversion ignore patterns to be 'import'ed or 'skip'ed.
Automatically increase version epoch if the new upstream version is not greater than the current.
Run debclean before merging the new upstream source.