5. Miscellaneous headers

Other arbitrary-named headers may appear in the build header and package declaration sections of specfiles. LPMtool treats them as descriptive headers. Their contents are mostly ignored, but they are still shown by the lpm -q -i command. Names of descriptive headers should be short. Common examples include Summary:, Group:, and Url:.

lpm also understands parenthesized language codes appended to descriptive headers, such as Summary(en): and Summary(fr):. lpm shows only headers with the current locale's language code. This allows a package to provide translated versions of the same descriptive header.