buildarchvariable (see below for buildarch examples)
Note: Pull requests that fail to meet these requirements may be summarily closed without response.
To make sure the
buildarch variable is correct on your submitted package, please see below.
(1) = (default) the package will be built for all architectures as 'any' (4) = the package will be built only for armv7 (8) = the package will be build only for armv8 (AArch64) (16) = the package will be built only for armv6 (64) = the package will be built only for i686 (128) = the package will be built only for x86_64 (192) = the package will be built for x86_64 and i686 (212) = the package will be built for armv6, armv7, i686 and x86_64 (220) = the package will be built for armv6, armv7, armv8, i686 and x86_64
Please note that using 1 and 220 is not interchangeable, a
1 is for
220 is for
arch=('i686' 'x86_64' 'armv6h' 'armv7h' 'aarch64').
If you changed the PKGBUILD or related files, detail your changes in the comment header at the top. Review the packages in this repository for examples of what this looks like.
If you are updating an existing package, you need to change the
pkgrel variables accordingly.
For example, if a package has a new version of 3.0 and the old version is 2.0, change the
pkgver to 3.0 and make sure
pkgrel is set back to 1.
If it is not a new version but a different update such as changing something in the PKGBUILD that will effect the build process of the package, bump the
pkgrel number by 1 and keep
pkgver the same.
buildarch is set correctly (see above).
namcapoutput of the PKGBUILD file and the
pkgname.tar.xzthat is created after package is built within your pull request.