Source-built versions of JAR files

I would like to know how to include source-build libraries or include libraries in a proper way.
I read this:

Binary dependencies such as JAR files have to be replaced by source-built versions or used from a trusted repository (see manual). - documentation

  • Where can I find the manual?
  • Can we link to the manual in this location in the documentation?
    • Where is the source code of the docs?

Context:

  • Here, I can see how this might be intended:
    androidsoft-lib-utils@3b08e29969c71f7f599d7db9316d3e7871387ddb

Related:

There is none.

That’s srclibs:

srclibs: [n:]a@r,[n:]b@r1,…

Comma-separated list of source libraries or Android projects. Each item is of the form name@rev where name is the predefined source library name and rev is the revision or tag to use in the respective source control.
(read more in the link below)

https://f-droid.org/en/docs/Build_Metadata_Reference/#Build

These are stored here: https://gitlab.com/fdroid/fdroiddata/-/tree/master/srclibs

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