This manual page describes the format of a BUILDINFO file found in the root of a package created by makepkg. The file contains a description of the package’s build environment. The information is formatted in key-value pairs separated by a =, one value per line. Arrays are represented multiple keys with the same value.
This is a description of the contents of version 1 of the BUILDINFO file format.
Denotes the file format version, represented by a plain positive integer.
The name of the package.
The base name of a package, usually the same as the pkgname except for split packages.
The version of the package including pkgrel and epoch.
The architecture of the package.
The sha256sum in hex format of the PKGBUILD used to build the package.
The details of the packager that built the package.
The build date of the package in epoch.
The directory where the package was built.
The directory from which makepkg was executed.
- buildenv (array)
The build environment specified in makepkg.conf.
- options (array)
The options set specified when building the package.
- installed (array)
The installed packages at build time including the version information of the package. Formatted as "$pkgname-$pkgver-$pkgrel-$pkgarch".
makepkg(8), pacman(8), makepkg.conf(5)
See the pacman website at https://archlinux.org/pacman/ for current information on pacman and its related tools.
Bugs? You must be kidding; there are no bugs in this software. But if we happen to be wrong, submit a bug report with as much detail as possible at the Arch Linux Bug Tracker in the Pacman section.
- Allan McRae <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Andrew Gregory <email@example.com>
- Eli Schwartz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Morgan Adamiec <email@example.com>
Past major contributors:
- Judd Vinet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Aurelien Foret <email@example.com>
- Aaron Griffin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Dan McGee <email@example.com>
- Xavier Chantry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Nagy Gabor <email@example.com>
- Dave Reisner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
For additional contributors, use git shortlog -s on the pacman.git repository.