Already uploaded error from dput

Asked by Tim Potter

Hi. I'm having trouble uploading a package via dput. I get this error:

$ dput ppa:tpot/svn-1.6-openssl git-core_1.6.3.3-2~ppa1_source.changes
Already uploaded to ppa on
Doing nothing for git-core_1.6.3.3-2~ppa1_source.changes

The package is not appearing on my PPA page.

I suspect I might have uploaded something dodgy the other day, specifically a non-source .changes file which may be mucking things up. Can anyone delete this bad upload?



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2009-08-25 mrevell: Assigned to cprov
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Celso Providelo (cprov) said :


The error is generated locally by `dput` because there is a file named 'git-core_1.6.3.3-2~ppa1_source.upload' in your path.

AFAICS this version wasn't upload to Launchpad yet (if it was the case you would have to regenerate the source with a higher version).

For uploading it you can either use `dput -f ppa:tpot/svn-1.6-openssl git-core_1.6.3.3-2~ppa1_source.changes` (-f will ignore the existence of the .upload file) or `rm git-core_1.6.3.3-2~ppa1_source.upload && dput ppa:tpot/svn-1.6-openssl git-core_1.6.3.3-2~ppa1_source.changes` (<wink>)

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