Sponsor:

Your company here ā€” click to reach over 10,000 unique daily visitors

packit-propose-downstream - Man Page

Land a new upstream release in Fedora...

Synopsis

packit propose-downstream [Options] [PATH_OR_URL] [VERSION]

Description

Land a new upstream release in Fedora using upstream packit config.

PATH_OR_URL argument is a local path or a URL to the upstream git repository, it defaults to the current working directory

VERSION argument is optional, the latest upstream version will be used by default

Options

--dist-git-branch TEXT

Comma separated list of target branches in dist-git to release into. (defaults to all branches)

--dist-git-path TEXT

Path to dist-git repo to work in. Otherwise clone the repo in a temporary directory.

--force-new-sources

Upload the new sources also when the archive is already in the lookaside cache.

--pr / --no-pr

Create a pull request to downstream repository or push directly. If not set, defaults to value set in configuration.

-f, --force

Don't discard changes in the git repo by default, unless this is set.

-b, --resolve-bug TEXT

Bug(s) that are resolved with the update, e.g. rhbz#123 (multiple can be specified)

--sync-acls

Sync ACLs between dist-git repo and the fork, is considered only with --pr option.

-p, --package TEXT

Package to sync downstream, if more than one available, like in a monorepo configuration. Use it multiple times to select multiple packages.Defaults to all the packages listed inside the config.

--local-content

Do not checkout release tag. Use the current state of the repo. This option is set by default for source-git repos

--upstream-ref TEXT

Git ref of the last upstream commit in the current branch from which packit should generate patches (this option implies the repository is source-git).

Referenced By

packit(1).

2024-07-09 0.98.0 packit propose-downstream Manual