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authorErich Eckner <git@eckner.net>2019-08-06 10:06:32 +0200
committerErich Eckner <git@eckner.net>2019-08-06 10:06:32 +0200
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* There are subdirectories `repository/package` which contain new packages and customizations for existent packages to compile for i686 or adopt to our environment.
In case, the files therein exist in the respective original package, the respective original package files are either appended (in case of `PKGBUILD`) or overwritten (for other files).
-* The file `blacklist` containes a list of packages which won't be built for Arch Linux 32 (because they can't be built for or are useless on i686).
-An entry in this file consist of an architecture and a pkgbase separated by a space.
+* The directory `blacklist` containes a list of packages which won't be built for Arch Linux 32 (because they can't be built for or are useless on i686).
+The structure is `blacklist/architecture/arbitrary-identifier/pkgbase`, where the content of that file can be an arbitrary comment.
The given package will be black listed for all architectures less potent than the given one or, if "any" is given, for all architectures.
Additional to the abovementioned changes to the package sources, the following changes are made automatically by the [build master's mangle_pkgbuild()](https://git.archlinux32.org/archlinux32/builder/src/branch/master/lib/common-functions) which should therefor **not** be committed here: