kpkg-target - kpkg target format


kpkg-target is a target format based on the popular target format. It adds additional info that are a part of the base system. kpkg-target is used at various parts of kpkg.


kpkg-target is very similar to the target format. It is a line that has 5 parts, seperated by -. An example kpkg target look like this;


First part is for the architecture, second part is for the OS, third part is for the toolchain, fourth part is for the init system, last part is for the TLS library.


kpkg-target is created to easily identify and store system information, and rebuild packages with additional support when necessary.


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