I've got an app packaged for Ubuntu 12.04, which lives on a PPA.
From that same package and sources tarball, I'd like to generate a package for Ubuntu 12.10. I thought I'd just add an entry to
debian/changelog with the same version and a different release and that would do the trick:
qreator (12.05.6) quantal; urgency=low * Quantal upload -- $EMAIL_HIDDEN qreator (12.05.6) precise; urgency=low * Lots of awesome changes -- $EMAIL_HIDDEN
However, when building the package, I get a Lintian warning that tells me
latest-debian-changelog-entry-without-new-version which is probably a hint that I'm doing something wrong.
So what's the best way to simply rebuild an existing package for a different release (to be uploaded in a PPA)?
Or alternatively, can I do this automatically from Launchpad (e.g. an option to build the same package on an existing PPA for a different release)?