There's something that needs to be documented somewhere, since it
is not obvious when skimming the documentation and when one is
- Q: How does one specify a key to git-buildpackage that
doesn't match the ones that it thinks that you should use?
A: Just specify that you want it to use a "builder" different
that the default one, like the option
--git-builder="debuild -i\.git -I.git -krbrito".
- Q: How does one tells that the source should always be
included (say, like one of your collaborators already tagged a git
repository with the debian revision and you need to make a change
to upload it and commit another tag to the repository or, e.g.,
when a security upload should be made to security.debian.org)?
A: The answer is almost the same. Use the option
--git-builder="debuild -i\.git -I.git -sa".