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    # This configuration file gives defaults for the scripts in
    # the devscripts package, as documented in the individual manpages.
    # Variables defined here may be overridden by a per-user ~/.devscripts
    # configuration file, which has exactly the same syntax as this file.
    #
    # This file is sourced by /bin/bash, and should only contain
    # comment lines (beginning with a '#'), and lines of the form
    # VARIABLE=value
    # The value must be quoted if there are spaces in it.
    # Variables corresponding to switches (on/off; yes/no) must take
    # one of the values 'yes' or 'no'.
    # The variable names are all of the form PROGNAME_VARNAME,
    # or DEVSCRIPTS_VARNAME if they are more generally applicable.
    #
    # As new variables are introduced into the devscripts program, their
    # descriptions and default values will be appended as comments
    # to this file.
    # Variables recognised as of devscripts version 2.14.1:
    ##### Package-wide variables
    #
    # Lists of which scripts are affected by these package-wide variables
    # can be found in the devscripts.conf(5) manpage.
    #
    #
    # Directory Name Checking
    #
    # Several programs check the directory name and refuse to function if
    # it does not match the name of the package being worked on.  (The
    # details are described in the individual manpages.)
    # These two variables control this behaviour, corresponding to the
    # --check-dirname-level and --check-dirname-regex command line options.
    # The possible values of DEVSCRIPTS_CHECK_DIRNAME_LEVEL are:
    #   0    never check the directory name
    #   1    check the directory name only if the program has changed directory
    #   2    always check the directory name
    # The variable DEVSCRIPTS_DIRNAME_REGEXP is a Perl regex which
    # defines what is considered a valid directory name for the source
    # package PACKAGE; if it includes a '/', then it must match the full
    # directory path, otherwise it must match the full directory name.
    #
    # The default settings are:
    # DEVSCRIPTS_CHECK_DIRNAME_LEVEL=1
    # DEVSCRIPTS_CHECK_DIRNAME_REGEX='PACKAGE(-.+)?'
    ##### annotate-output
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### archpath
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### bts
    #
    # Default bts show/bugs to run in offline mode?
    # BTS_OFFLINE=no
    #
    # Cache all visited bug reports once a cache has been established
    # for the first time?
    # BTS_CACHE=yes
    #
    # How much to mirror when caching?  The minimal amount (min), the mbox
    # version as well (mbox) or the whole works (full)?
    # BTS_CACHE_MODE=min
    #
    # Always refresh the cache, even if nothing's changed?
    # BTS_FORCE_REFRESH=no
    #
    # How do we read an mbox?  This will be split on whitespace, then
    # %s is replaced by the mbox name and %% by a single %.
    # BTS_MAIL_READER='mutt -f %s'
    #
    # What sendmail command do we use?  This will be split on whitespace.
    # BTS_SENDMAIL_COMMAND='/usr/sbin/sendmail'
    #
    # Download only new bugs when caching?  If set to yes, don't check for
    # updates in bugs we already have.
    # BTS_ONLY_NEW=no
    #
    # Which SMTP host should be used?  Note that if both an SMTP host and
    # sendmail command are specified in the configuration file(s), the SMTP
    # host will be used unless overridden by --sendmail on the command line
    # BTS_SMTP_HOST=reportbug.debian.org
    #
    # If the SMTP host specified above requires authentication, the following
    # options may be used to specify the username and password to use.
    # If only a username is provided then the password will be prompted for
    # before sending the e-mail
    # BTS_SMTP_AUTH_USERNAME=user
    # BTS_SMTP_AUTH_PASSWORD=pass
    #
    # Specify a HELO to use when connecting to the SMTP host. If not supplied
    # and the file /etc/mailname exists, its contents will be used as the HELO
    # BTS_SMTP_HELO=foo.example.com
    #
    # Include resolved bugs when caching?
    # BTS_INCLUDE_RESOLVED=yes
    #
    # Suppress BTS acknowledgment e-mails (ignored by the control bot)
    # BTS_SUPPRESS_ACKS=no
    #
    # Allow the generated message to be edited and, if necessary, abandoned
    # before sending it to the control bot?
    #
    # If set to yes, prompt for confirmation / edit / abandonment.
    # If set to force, spawn an editor and then proceed as if set to yes
    # BTS_INTERACTIVE=no
    #
    # Specify a list of e-mail addresses to which a carbon copy of the
    # generated e-mail to the control bot should automatically be sent.
    # BTS_DEFAULT_CC=example@example.com
    #
    # Which debbugs server should be used?
    # BTS_SERVER=bugs.debian.org
    ##### chdist
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### checkbashisms
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### cowpoke
    #
    # No variables currently; see cowpoke.conf and cowpoke(1)
    ##### cvs-debc
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### cvs-debi
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### cvs-debrelease
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### cvs-debuild
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### dd-list
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### dcmd
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### dcontrol
    #
    # URL to query
    # DCONTROL_URL="http://qa.debian.org/cgi-bin/dcontrol"
    ##### debc
    #
    # debc recognises the DEBRELEASE_DEBS_DIR variable; see debrelease
    # below for more information.
    ##### deb-reversion
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### debchange/dch
    #
    # Preserve the source tree dirname if the upstream version changes?
    # DEBCHANGE_PRESERVE=no
    #
    # Query the BTS when --closes is being used?
    # DEBCHANGE_QUERY_BTS=yes
    #
    # Select a heuristic to use to determine whether the package has released.
    # See the debchange man page for details.
    # DEBCHANGE_RELEASE_HEURISTIC=log
    # DEBCHANGE_RELEASE_HEURISTIC=changelog
    #
    # Introduce multiple-maintainer markers in changelog sections?
    # DEBCHANGE_MULTIMAINT=yes
    #
    # When appending to a multiple-maintainer changelog, if there are
    # existing changes made by the current maintainer, should new
    # changelog entries be appended to the existing entries?
    # DEBCHANGE_MULTIMAINT_MERGE=no
    #
    # When appending entries to the changelog, should the trailer line
    # be maintained as-is?
    # DEBCHANGE_MAINTTRAILER=yes
    #
    # Use a fixed timezone in changelog entries?
    # DEBCHANGE_TZ=UTC
    #
    # Allow a new version to be lower than the current package version
    # if the new version matches the specified regular expression
    # DEBCHANGE_LOWER_VERSION_PATTERN=bpo
    #
    # Attempt to automatically determine whether the current changelog
    # stanza represents an NMU?
    # DEBCHANGE_AUTO_NMU=yes
    #
    # When --release was used and an editor presented, force the changelog
    # to be explicitly saved in the editor?  If this is set to "no" then
    # the changes made by --release will be automatically saved.
    # DEBCHANGE_FORCE_SAVE_ON_RELEASE=yes
    ##### debcheckout
    #
    # List of space-separated pairs REGEXP/REPLACEMENT_TEXT to define
    # custom rules to enable authenticated mode.
    # DEBCHECKOUT_AUTH_URLS=''
    #
    # For debian-dir-only repositories, also retrieve the source
    # package, unpack it, and move the missing files over.
    # DEBCHECKOUT_SOURCE=auto
    #
    # Username for authenticated mode, can be overriden with -u|--user.
    # DEBCHECKOUT_USER=''
    #
    # See debcheckout(1) for a more precise description of syntax and
    # semantics of these settings.
    ##### debclean
    #
    # Remove .deb, .changes, .dsc and .upload files?
    # DEBCLEAN_CLEANDEBS=no
    ##### debcommit
    #
    # Strip a leading "* " from commit messages taken from changelogs?
    # DEBCOMMIT_STRIP_MESSAGE=yes
    #
    # Sign created tags using gnupg?
    # DEBCOMMIT_SIGN_TAGS=no
    #
    # Take any uncommitted changes in the changelog in
    # to account when determining the commit message
    # for a release?
    # DEBCOMMIT_RELEASE_USE_CHANGELOG=no
    ##### debdiff
    #
    # Show directory names which appear in the filelist?
    # DEBDIFF_DIRS=no
    #
    # Compare control files?
    # DEBDIFF_CONTROL=yes
    #
    # Which control files to compare?  A comma-separated list, with
    # possibilities such as postinst, config and so on; ALL means compare
    # all control files.
    # DEBDIFF_CONTROLFILES=control
    #
    # Show files which have moved between .debs?
    # DEBDIFF_SHOW_MOVED=no
    #
    # Option to pass to wdiff
    # DEBDIFF_WDIFF_OPT=
    #
    # Include the output of diffstat?
    # DEBDIFF_SHOW_DIFFSTAT=no
    #
    # Compare control files in source packages using wdiff?
    # DEBDIFF_WDIFF_SOURCE_CONTROL=no
    #
    # Always compare package in version order, rather than the order specified
    # on the command line?
    # DEBDIFF_AUTO_VER_SORT=no
    #
    # Unpack tarballs found in the top level source directory.
    # DEBDIFF_UNPACK_TARBALLS=yes
    ##### debi
    #
    # debc recognises the DEBRELEASE_DEBS_DIR variable; see debrelease
    # below for more information.
    ##### debpkg
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### debrelease
    #
    # This specifies which uploader program to use.  As of devscripts 2.14.1
    # the recognised values are "dupload" (default) and "dput".  Check the
    # debrelease(1) manpage for any recent changes to this variable
    # DEBRELEASE_UPLOADER=dupload
    #
    # This specifies the directory, relative to the top of the source
    # tree, in which the .changes and .debs files are to be found.  Note
    # that this also affects debc and debi.
    # DEBRELEASE_DEBS_DIR=..
    ##### debrsign
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### debsign
    #
    # debsign recognises the DEBRELEASE_DEBS_DIR variable; see debrelease
    # above for more information.
    #
    # Always re-sign files even if they are already signed, without prompting.
    # DEBSIGN_ALWAYS_RESIGN=yes
    #
    # Which signing program to use?  gpg and pgp are the usual values; the
    # default is determined as described in the manpage.
    # Corresponds to -p option
    # DEBSIGN_PROGRAM=
    #
    # How the signing program works; must be either gpg or pgp as of
    # devscripts version 2.14.1.  The default is described in the
    # manpage.  Corresponds to -sgpg and -spgp.
    # DEBSIGN_SIGNLIKE=
    #
    # Maintainer name (only used to determine GPG keyid; -m option)
    # DEBSIGN_MAINT=
    #
    # GPG keyid to use (-k option)
    # DEBSIGN_KEYID=
    ##### debsnap
    #
    # Where to put the directory named <prefix>-<package>/
    # default: source-$package_name if unset
    # DEBSNAP_DESTDIR=
    #
    # Verbosely show messages (yes/no)
    # default: no
    # DEBSNAP_VERBOSE=no
    #
    # The base URL of the archive to download from
    # DEBSNAP_BASE_URL=http://snapshot.debian.net/archive
    #
    # A sed regexp to transform pool/<component>/f/foo into the desired layout
    # default: make the directory from pool/<component>/f/foo to pool/f/foo
    # DEBSNAP_CLEAN_REGEX="s@\([^/]*\)/[^/]*/\(.*\)@\1/\2@"
    #
    # Where the Sources.gz lives, subdirectory of DEBSNAP_BASE_URL/<clean dir>/
    # default: DEBSNAP_BASE_URL/<clean dir>/source/Sources.gz
    # DEBSNAP_SOURCES_GZ_PATH=source/Sources.gz
    ##### debuild
    #
    # Do we preserve the whole environment except for PATH?
    # DEBUILD_PRESERVE_ENV=no
    #
    # Are there any environment variables we should preserve?  This should
    # be a comma-separated list.
    # DEBUILD_PRESERVE_ENVVARS=""
    #
    # How to set a preserved environment variable, in this case to set
    # FOO=bar.
    # DEBUILD_SET_ENVVAR_FOO=bar
    #
    # Do we check for the existence of the .orig.tar.gz before calling
    # dpkg-buildpackage?
    # DEBUILD_TGZ_CHECK=yes
    #
    # Corresponds to the dpkg-buildpackage -r option.
    # DEBUILD_ROOTCMD=fakeroot
    #
    # Extra options given to dpkg-buildpackage before any command-line
    # options specified.  Single options containing spaces should be
    # quoted, for example "-m'Julian Gilbey <jdg@debian.org>' -us -uc"
    # If this contains a -r, -d or -D option, this will also be recognised
    # when running debuild binary|binary-arch|...
    # DEBUILD_DPKG_BUILDPACKAGE_OPTS=""
    #
    # Do we run lintian at the end of a full run?
    # DEBUILD_LINTIAN=yes
    #
    # Extra options given to lintian before any command-line options
    # specified.
    # DEBUILD_LINTIAN_OPTS=""
    #
    # Colon-separated list of options to be added to the beginning
    # of PATH once it has been sanitised
    # DEBUILD_PREPEND_PATH="/usr/lib/ccache"
    #
    # Credentials to pass to debrsign when signing dsc / changes files
    # Setting this option to a non-blank string implies using debrsign
    # DEBUILD_SIGNING_USERNAME="user@host"
    #
    # Hooks; see the manpage for details of these
    # DEBUILD_DPKG_BUILDPACKAGE_HOOK=""
    # DEBUILD_CLEAN_HOOK=""
    # DEBUILD_DPKG_SOURCE_HOOK=""
    # DEBUILD_BUILD_HOOK=""
    # DEBUILD_BINARY_HOOK=""
    # DEBUILD_FINAL_CLEAN_HOOK=""
    # DEBUILD_LINTIAN_HOOK=""
    # DEBUILD_SIGNING_HOOK=""
    # DEBUILD_POST_DPKG_BUILDPACKAGE_HOOK=""
    ##### dget
    #
    # Extra directories to search for files in addition to
    # /var/cache/apt/archives.  This is a colon-separated list of directories.
    # DGET_PATH=""
    #
    # Unpack downloaded source packages
    # DGET_UNPACK=yes
    #
    # Verify source package signatures using dscverify
    # DGET_VERIFY=yes
    ##### diff2patches
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### dpkg-depcheck
    #
    # Extra options given to dpkg-depcheck before any command-line
    # options specified.  For example: "-b --features=-catch-alternatives"
    # DPKG_DEPCHECK_OPTIONS=""
    ##### dpkg-genbuilddeps
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### dpkg-sig
    #
    # dpkg-sig is not a part of devscripts, but shares this configuration file.
    # It pays attention to the values of DEBSIGN_MAINT and DEBSIGN_KEY in
    # addition to the following.
    #
    # This key ID takes precedence over the rest
    # DPKGSIG_KEYID=
    #
    # Do we sign the .changes and .dsc files?  See the manpage for more
    # info.  Valid options are no, auto, yes, full and force_full.
    # DPKGSIG_SIGN_CHANGES=auto
    #
    # Do we cache the gpg passphrase by default?  This can be dangerous!
    # DPKGSIG_CACHE_PASS=no
    ##### dscverify
    #
    # A colon separated list of extra keyrings to read.
    # DSCVERIFY_KEYRINGS=""
    ##### getbuildlog
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### grep-excuses
    #
    # This specifies a default maintainer name or email to hunt for
    # GREP_EXCUSES_MAINTAINER=""
    #
    # Is this running on ftp-master.debian.org?  If so, we use the local
    # excuses file
    # GREP_EXCUSES_FTP_MASTER=no
    ##### licensecheck
    #
    # Print the file header being parsed before the corresponding license
    # information?
    # LICENSECHECK_VERBOSE=no
    #
    # How many lines of each file should be parsed for license information?
    # LICENSECHECK_PARSELINES=60
    ##### list-unreleased
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### mergechanges
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### manpage-alert
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### mass-bug
    #
    # No variables currently
    #### mk-build-deps
    #
    # Which tool to use for installing build depends?
    # MKBUILDDEPS_TOOL="/usr/bin/apt-get --no-install-recommends"
    #
    # Remove package files after install?
    # MKBUILDDEPS_REMOVE_AFTER_INSTALL=yes
    #
    # Tool used to gain root privileges to install the deb
    # MKBUILDDEPS_ROOTCMD=''
    ##### namecheck
    #
    # No variables currently; see .namecheckrc
    ##### nmudiff
    #
    # Number of days to indicate that an NMU upload has been delayed by
    # using the DELAYED upload queue. 0 indicates no delay.
    # Defaults to "XX" which adds a placeholder to the e-mail.
    # NMUDIFF_DELAY=3
    #
    # Should we use mutt to edit and send the message or just a plain old
    # editor?
    # NMUDIFF_MUTT=yes
    #
    # Should we always submit a new report (yes), always send to the bugs
    # which are being closed (no), or send to the bug being closed if
    # there is only one of them, otherwise send a new report (maybe)?
    # NMUDIFF_NEWREPORT=maybe
    #
    # nmudiff also uses the value of BTS_SENDMAIL_COMMAND if NMUDIFF_MUTT=no
    ##### plotchangelog
    #
    # Command line options to use (space separated).  None of the options
    # should contain spaces.  Use the PLOTCHANGELOG_GNUPLOT variable for
    # the --gnuplot command line option.
    # PLOTCHANGELOG_OPTIONS=""
    #
    # Here we can give gnuplot options.  Any command line --gnuplot
    # commands will be appended to these.
    # PLOTCHANGELOG_GNUPLOT=""
    ##### pts-subscribe
    #
    # How long will we subscribe for by default?  The default is 30 days.
    # Setting this to 'forever' means that no unsubscription request will
    # be scheduled.
    # PTS_UNTIL='now + 30 days'
    ##### rc-alert
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### rmadison
    #
    # Add a custom URL to the default list of shorthands so one
    # can use it with -u without having to specify the full URL
    #
    # RMADISON_URL_MAP_EXAMPLE=http://example.com/madison.cgi
    #
    # Default URL to use if none is specified on the command line.
    # RMADISON_DEFAULT_URL=debian
    #
    # Default architecture to use if none is specified on the command line.
    # use --architecture='*' to run an unrestricted query when
    # RMADISON_ARCHITECTURE is set.
    # RMADISON_ARCHITECTURE=source,i386,amd64,all
    ##### svnpath
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### tagpending
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### transition-check
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### uscan
    #
    # Should we download newer upstream files we come across?
    # USCAN_DOWNLOAD=yes
    #
    # Should we use FTP PASV mode for ftp:// links?  'default' means let
    # Net::FTP(3) make the choice (primarily based on the FTP_PASSIVE
    # environment variable); 'yes' and 'no' override the default
    # USCAN_PASV=default
    #
    # Should we create a symlink from the downloaded tar.gz file to
    # pkg_version.orig.tar.gz, rename it like this or do nothing?
    # Options are 'symlink'/'yes', 'rename' or 'no'
    # USCAN_SYMLINK=yes
    #
    # Should we use DEHS style output (XML format)?
    # USCAN_DEHS_OUTPUT=no
    #
    # Should we give verbose output?
    # USCAN_VERBOSE=no
    #
    # What user agent string should we send with requests?
    # (Default is 'Debian uscan X.Y.Z')
    # USCAN_USER_AGENT=''
    #
    # Where should downloaded files be placed?
    # USCAN_DESTDIR=..
    #
    # Automatically repack bzipped tar or zip archives to gzipped tars?
    # USCAN_REPACK=no
    #
    # Use the Files-Excluded field in debian/copyright to determine whether
    # the orig tarball needs to be repacked to remove non-DFSG content?
    # USCAN_EXCLUSION=yes
    ##### uupdate
    #
    # Should we retain the pristine upstream source wherever possible?
    # UUPDATE_PRISTINE=yes
    #
    # Should we symlink the .orig.tar.gz file to its new name or
    # copy it instead?  yes=symlink, no=copy
    # UUPDATE_SYMLINK_ORIG=yes
    #
    # Corresonds to the dpkg-buildpackage -r option and debuild
    # DEBUILD_ROOTCMD option.  Normally, this can be left empty, as then
    # the debuild setting will be used.
    # UUPDATE_ROOTCMD=''
    ##### whodepends
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### who-uploads
    #
    # Display the date of the upload?
    # WHOUPLOADS_DATE=no
    #
    # Maximum number of uploads to display per package
    # WHOUPLOADS_MAXUPLOADS=3
    #
    # Colon-separated list of keyrings to examine by default
    # WHOUPLOADS_KEYRINGS=/usr/share/keyrings/debian-keyring.gpg:/usr/share/keyrings/debian-keyring.pgp:/usr/share/keyrings/debian-maintainers.gpg
    ##### wnpp-alert
    #
    # No variables currently
    ##### wnpp-check
    #
    # No variables currently
    ### debcommit option added in 2.14.2
    #
    # Sign commits using gnupg?
    # DEBCOMMIT_SIGN_COMMITS=no
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