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As explained in the documentation, you can use the login_with() method to do so: launchpad = Launchpad.login_with('id-of-your-program', 'production', credentials_file='./credentials', version='devel') When you'll do something with the launchpad object that triggers a request to Launchpad, a Web browser page will pop up, asking you to log-in to Launchpad ...
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Using bzr shelve bzr uncommit bzr pull --overwrite --overwrite Ignore differences between branches and overwrite unconditionally
If you look at one of the binary packages you'll notice their "deleted" status. It seems that lcms1 is deprecated and that migration to lcms2 has started on several debian packages. That's why liblcms1-dev is not available in ubuntu repositories as of 15.04. Source: https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2013/12/msg00570.html
If you have an account for Launchpad, then open the Launchpad site in your browser, login and click user name After that, click the Bugs link and All related bugs on the right hand site
Instead of building a binary package you indeed need to build a source package and let the launchpad ppa build binaries for you. To create the source.changes file, just issue the following command: dpkg-buildpackage -S From the dpkg-buildpackage man page: -S Specifies a source-only build, no binary packages need to be made. Passed ...
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