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[edit] New Language or Pair Package

svn co https://svn.code.sf.net/p/apertium/svn/branches/packaging
cd packaging

# Copy apertium-kaz-tat because update-control.pl expects it
svn cp trunk/apertium-kaz-tat trunk/apertium-arg-cat

# Automatically adjust many tiny details
./update-control.pl trunk/apertium-arg-cat Aragonese Catalan

# Determine last changed revision
svn info https://svn.code.sf.net/p/apertium/svn/trunk/apertium-arg-cat | grep 'Last Changed Rev'

# Double-check debian/control and fix debian/changelog with the version and revision

# Determine copyrights and stuff those into debian/copyright, along with any other adjustments needed there
svn log -q https://svn.code.sf.net/p/apertium/svn/trunk/apertium-arg-cat | awk '{print $3 "\t" $5}' | ./authors.php

# Add the package to packages.json

svn ci -m "Packaged arg-cat"

[edit] Release to Debian

  • cd packaging

[edit] Prerequisites

[edit] Control Files in Subversion

Ensure control files correct, especially debian/copyright and debian/changelog. You will probably have to merge in the Debian git's control files as minor changes happen there. Everything else ought to be ok already, or it would have failed nightly build

Determine the svn revision that corresponds to the release and put this with the version in debian/changelog

If a tag was made, this is easy, e.g. for apertium 3.4.2:

  • svn log -q -l1 https://svn.code.sf.net/p/apertium/svn/tags/apertium/release-3.4.2/ yields r68453

Otherwise, look through to see what revision corresponds with the release:

  • svn log https://svn.code.sf.net/p/apertium/svn/trunk/apertium/ | less

For the found revision, make sure the version in configure.ac (or similar) is correct:

  • svn cat -r68453 https://svn.code.sf.net/p/apertium/svn/trunk/apertium/configure.ac | less

Update debian/changelog with the found version and revision and sign+stamp it, e.g.:

apertium (3.4.2~r68453-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release.

 -- Tino Didriksen <tino@didriksen.cc>  Wed, 25 May 2016 11:27:01 +0200

Optionally, ensure exclude.txt has patterns of all files you don't want in the source tarball. For languages and pairs, this is usually all folders:

  • */

Commit control files

[edit] Make and Sign Tarball

Generate the signed Debian source package, from the revision above. The argument to -e must match the GnuPG key you're signing with:

  • ./single-dpkg.pl trunk/apertium/ --auto 0 -m 'Debian Science Team <debian-science-maintainers@lists.alioth.debian.org>' -e 'Your Name <your@email.com>' --rev 68453

[edit] Import to Debian

Import it to the Debian git repo.

Clone or pull:

gbp clone ssh://your-alioth-login@git.debian.org/srv/git.debian.org/git/debian-science/packages/apertium.git
cd apertium

Or, if you have it cloned already:

cd apertium
gbp pull
git pull --all

Import, push new branch data, push new upstream tag:

gbp import-dsc --pristine-tar /tmp/autopkg.*/*.dsc
git push --all
git push origin upstream/3.4.2_r68453

[edit] Raw Rundown

Example of flow of releasing apertium-cat 2.3.1, apertium-srd 1.2.0, and apertium-cat-srd 1.0.0:

# date -u
Sat, Oct 28, 2017 10:45:36

... check out the packages:

# cd /tmp
# svn co https://svn.code.sf.net/p/apertium/svn/languages/apertium-cat
# svn co https://svn.code.sf.net/p/apertium/svn/languages/apertium-srd
# svn co https://svn.code.sf.net/p/apertium/svn/trunk/apertium-cat-srd


... for each package, check that the versions are synced and later than previous release:

# cd /tmp/apertium-cat
# svn log -v | less
# mcedit Makefile.am
# mcedit configure.ac

# cd /tmp/apertium-srd
# svn log -v | less
# mcedit Makefile.am
# mcedit configure.ac

# cd /tmp/apertium-cat-srd
# svn log -v | less
# mcedit Makefile.am
# mcedit configure.ac

# cd /tmp
# svn ci -m "Versions" apertium-cat apertium-srd apertium-cat-srd


... check that each package can be built and make a usable tarball:

# cd /tmp/apertium-cat
# autoreconf -fvi
# ./configure
# make -j4
# make dist
# tar -zxvf apertium-cat-2.3.1.tar.gz
# cd apertium-cat-2.3.1
# ./configure
# make -j4

# cd /tmp/apertium-srd
# autoreconf -fvi
# ./configure
# make -j4
# make dist
# tar -zxvf apertium-srd-1.2.0.tar.gz
# cd apertium-srd-1.2.0
# ./configure
# make -j4

# cd /tmp/apertium-cat-srd
# autoreconf -fvi
# ./configure --with-lang1=/tmp/apertium-cat/apertium-cat-2.3.1/ --with-lang2=/tmp/apertium-srd/apertium-srd-1.2.0/
# make -j4
# make dist
# tar -zxvf apertium-cat-srd-1.0.0.tar.gz
# cd apertium-cat-srd-1.0.0/
# ./configure --with-lang1=/tmp/apertium-cat/apertium-cat-2.3.1/ --with-lang2=/tmp/apertium-srd/apertium-srd-1.2.0/
# make -j4

... check that the translations don't crash:

# echo "Hello world" | apertium -d . cat-srd
# echo "Hello world" | apertium -d . srd-cat


... update Debian Science repos and ensure control files are synced back to our svn:

# cd ~/debian/apertium-cat
# gbp pull && git pull --all
# cd ~/debian/apertium-srd
# gbp pull && git pull --all
# cd ~/debian/apertium-cat-srd/
# gbp pull && git pull --all

... update control files with new releases and version dependencies:

# cd /misc/branches/packaging
# mcedit languages/apertium-cat/changelog
# mcedit languages/apertium-srd/changelog
# mcedit trunk/apertium-cat-srd/changelog
# mcedit trunk/apertium-cat-srd/control
# ./rebuild-old.pl -r apertium-cat
# ./rebuild-old.pl -r apertium-srd
# ./rebuild-old.pl -r apertium-cat-srd
# svn ci -m "Release cat, srd, cat-srd"


... for each package, make a signed Debian source package, import it to git,
... check that nothing odd was changed in the control files, then push it back to Debian:

# cd /misc/branches/packaging
# ./single-dpkg.pl languages/apertium-cat --auto 0 -m 'Debian Science Team <debian-science-maintainers@lists.alioth.debian.org>' --rev 82994
# cd ~/debian/apertium-cat
# gbp import-dsc --pristine-tar --sign-tags /tmp/autopkg.*/*.dsc
# git diff origin/master debian
# git push --all && git push --tags

# cd /misc/branches/packaging
# ./single-dpkg.pl languages/apertium-srd --auto 0 -m 'Debian Science Team <debian-science-maintainers@lists.alioth.debian.org>' --rev 82994
# cd ~/debian/apertium-srd
# gbp import-dsc --pristine-tar --sign-tags /tmp/autopkg.*/*.dsc
# git diff origin/master debian
# git push --all && git push --tags

# cd /misc/branches/packaging
# ./single-dpkg.pl trunk/apertium-cat-srd --auto 0 -m 'Debian Science Team <debian-science-maintainers@lists.alioth.debian.org>' --rev 82995
# cd ~/debian/apertium-cat-srd
# gbp import-dsc --pristine-tar --sign-tags /tmp/autopkg.*/*.dsc
# git diff origin/master debian
# git push --all && git push --tags

... as a fresh login as the apertium user (so that systemd will work),
... update APy installation and restart service:

$ cd tarballs
$ cp -av /tmp/apertium-*/*.tar.gz ./
$ ./install-tarball.sh apertium-cat-2.3.1.tar.gz
$ ./install-tarball.sh apertium-srd-1.2.0.tar.gz
$ ./install-tarball.sh apertium-cat-srd-1.0.0.tar.gz
$ systemctl --user restart apy

... upload .tar.gz files to https://sourceforge.net/projects/apertium/files/

# date -u
Sat Oct 28 11:25:16 UTC 2017

... finally, send release report to apertium-stuff

[edit] People, Logs/Lists

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