debdiff-apply -V (return code: 2)
usage: debdiff-apply [-h] [-v] [-c CHANGELOG] [-D DISTRIBUTION] [--repl] [--source-version] [--target-version] [--no-clean] [--quilt-refresh] [-d DIRECTORY] [orig_dsc_or_dir] [patch_file] debdiff-apply: error: unrecognized arguments: --version
debdiff-apply --help (return code: 0)
usage: debdiff-apply [-h] [-v] [-c CHANGELOG] [-D DISTRIBUTION] [--repl] [--source-version] [--target-version] [--no-clean] [--quilt-refresh] [-d DIRECTORY] [orig_dsc_or_dir] [patch_file] Apply a debdiff to a Debian source package positional arguments: orig_dsc_or_dir Target to apply the patch to. This can either be an unpacked source tree, or a .dsc file. In the former case, the directory is modified in-place; in the latter case, a second .dsc is created. Default: . patch_file Patch file to apply, in the format output by debdiff(1). Default: /dev/stdin optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -v, --verbose Output more information -c CHANGELOG, --changelog CHANGELOG Path to debian/changelog; default: debian/changelog -D DISTRIBUTION, --distribution DISTRIBUTION Distribution to use, if the patch doesn't already contain a changelog; default: experimental --repl Run the python REPL after processing. --source-version Don't apply the patch; instead print out the version of the package that it is supposed to be applied to, or nothing if the patch does not specify a source version. --target-version Don't apply the patch; instead print out the new version of the package debdiff-apply(1) would generate, when the patch is applied to the the given target package, as specified by the other arguments. Options for .dsc patch targets: --no-clean Don't clean temporary directories after a failure, so you can examine what failed. --quilt-refresh If the building of the new source package fails, try to refresh patches using quilt(1) then try building it again. -d DIRECTORY, --directory DIRECTORY Extract the .dsc into this directory, which won't be cleaned up after debdiff-apply(1) exits. If not given, then it will be extracted to a temporary directory.