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``ubuntu-dev-tools`` comes with ``pull-lp-source`` command, allowing to download source packages from Launchpad. Its usage is simple. To download latest source package for ubuntu-settings, use::
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You can also specify release from which you want to download source or specify version of source package. ``-d`` option allows to download source package without extracting. A slightly more complex example would look like this::
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``pull-debian-source`` package allows to do the same for Debian source packages. It has similar syntax.
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Backporting packages
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``ubuntu-dev-tools`` provides ``backportpackage`` allowing us to backport a package from specified release of Ubuntu or Debian. For example, to backport ``bzr`` package from latest development release for your installed Ubuntu version, simply::
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This command allows to use more options. To specify Ubuntu release for which you are going to backport a package, use ``-d dest`` or ``--destination=DEST`` parameter, where ``DEST`` is Ubuntu release, for example ``xenial``. You can specify more than one destination. In turn, ``-s SOURCE`` and ``--source=SOURCE`` specifies the Ubuntu or Debian release from which you are going to backport a package. ``-w DIR`` and ``--workdir=DIR`` specifies directory, where package files will be downloaded, unpacked and built. By default, it will create temporary directory that will be automatically deleted. ``-U`` or ``--update`` allows to update build environment before building package. ``-u`` or ``--upload`` allows to upload package after building (for example to PPAs) using ``dput``.
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Requesting backports
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``requestbackport`` command makes creating backports through Launchpad bugs much easier. It creates testing checklist that will be included in the bug. For example, to request backporting libqt5webkit5 from latest development branch to current stable release (without optional parameters)::
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You should fulfill the checklist if you have already tested the backport.
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Additional options allows to specify destination of backport and its source, by using ``-d DEST`` or ``--destination=DEST`` and ``s SRC`` or ``--source=SRC``.
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