dput-ng is a Debian package upload tool which provides an easy to use
interface to Debian (like) package archive hosting facilities. It allows
anyone who works with Debian packages to upload their work to a remote
service, including Debian's ftp-master, mentors.debian.net, Launchpad or other
package hosting facilities for Debian package maintainers.
dput-ng features many enhancements over dput, such as more comprehensive
checks, an easy to use plugin system, and code designed to handle the numerous
archives that any Debian package hacker will interact with.
dput-ng aims to be backwards compatible with dput in command-line flags,
configuration files, and expected behavior.
dcut dcut can create and/or upload command files understood by the debian archive kit ("dak") software. It provides an extensible interface so that third party... dirt dirt is a data retrieval and change tool, being able to retrieve meta information about dput(1) configuration files and hooks. This command is not completed... dput dput-ng is a Debian package upload tool which provides an easy to use interface to Debian (like) package archive hosting facilities. It allows anyone who works... dput dput supports two configuration file formats. The old-style configuration format was originally introduced by dput and is described in dput.cf(5). This manpage... dput.cf This manpage gives a brief overview of dput’s configuration file and the available options in it. dput is a tool to upload Debian packages to the archive.