mesa: stretch: Fix usage of --git-upstream-tree

This currently points to origin/master instead of 19.2, the branch
actually being built from. This causes gbp buildpackage to generate
excessivly large diffs, and recently this broke outright as upstream
modifying a binary file which the diff format cannot represent.

Since we don't actually care what the diffbase is, set it to
${MESA_BRANCH} so it will always just be an empty diff.

BUG=none
TEST=Built mesa locally

Change-Id: I562f5a396962354923c118ac18a484c352a23416
Reviewed-on: https://chromium-review.googlesource.com/c/chromiumos/containers/cros-container-guest-tools/+/2245846
Reviewed-by: Stephen Barber <smbarber@chromium.org>
Reviewed-by: David Munro <davidmunro@google.com>
Tested-by: kokoro <noreply+kokoro@google.com>
Commit-Queue: Fergus Dall <sidereal@google.com>
1 file changed
tree: 1f2e11dc67d35e4f8d786b1ec8215d9b55a94a99
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  2. LICENSE
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  5. README.md
  6. WORKSPACE
  7. cros-adapta/
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  9. cros-debs/
  10. cros-garcon/
  11. cros-gpu-alpha/
  12. cros-gpu-buster/
  13. cros-gpu-stretch/
  14. cros-guest-tools/
  15. cros-host-fonts/
  16. cros-notificationd/
  17. cros-pulse-config/
  18. cros-sftp/
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  22. cros-systemd-overrides/
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README.md

cros-container-guest-tools

Overview

These are the guest packages for setting up a container to integrate with Chrome OS. This includes build scripts that are run in Google's internal continuous integration service.

Building

The guest packages can be built with Bazel.

bazel build //cros-debs:debs --host_force_python=py2

Releasing

promote\_apt.sh MILESTONE and promote\_container.sh MILESTONE in scripts are used to promote containers from staging to live. NOTE: Whatever is the latest in staging is what gets promoted to live so make sure it's what was tested.