Package Details: dolphin-emu-tool-git 5.0.r21108.gaa66842172-2

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Package Base: dolphin-emu-git
Description: A Gamecube / Wii emulator - CLI-based utility for functions such as managing disc images - git version
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Keywords: dolphin emu emulator game gamecube gui nintendo remote revolution triforce wii wiimote
Licenses: GPL-2.0-or-later
Conflicts: dolphin-emu-tool
Provides: dolphin-emu-tool
Submitter: None
Maintainer: dpeukert
Last Packager: dpeukert
Votes: 121
Popularity: 1.11
First Submitted: 2011-08-20 13:05 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2024-02-12 22:37 (UTC)

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dpeukert commented on 2020-04-10 12:34 (UTC) (edited on 2020-09-26 17:48 (UTC) by dpeukert)

The PKGBUILD for this package is hosted here (contributions are welcome!):

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dpeukert commented on 2024-02-12 22:35 (UTC)

@hawaka: Sorry about that, will fix ASAP, I'm on a bad internet connection at the moment, so I wasn't able to verify the build.

hawaka commented on 2024-02-12 22:29 (UTC) (edited on 2024-02-12 22:37 (UTC) by hawaka)

It's failing to build because there is a typo in the PKGBUILD.

Under source the line defining the path for tinygltf is missing ".git" from the end. It should look like this instead:


vikbar54.9 commented on 2024-02-12 09:35 (UTC)

Regarding tinygltf, it produces following error: CMake Error at Externals/tinygltf/CMakeLists.txt:8 (target_sources): Cannot find source file:


Tried extensions .c .C .c++ .cc .cpp .cxx .cu .mpp .m .M .mm .ixx .cppm .ccm .cxxm .c++m .h .hh .h++ .hm .hpp .hxx .in .txx .f .F .for .f77 .f90 .f95 .f03 .hip .ispc

CMake Error at Externals/tinygltf/CMakeLists.txt:1 (add_library): No SOURCES given to target: tinygltf

xiota commented on 2024-01-20 23:06 (UTC) (edited on 2024-01-29 00:41 (UTC) by xiota)

@BlueSwordM I cannot replicate the problem you are experiencing. So I suspect it is something specific to your computer. Are you building in a clean chroot? If not, does doing so make a difference?

To build with debug symbols, you can edit the PKGBUILD to add options+=('debug'). makekpg should make a second package containing the debug symbols that you can use to backtrace with gdb. If that doesn't work, you can try changing CFLAGS and CXXFLAGS in makepkg.conf or editing the PKGBUILD to use CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug.

BlueSwordM commented on 2024-01-20 22:22 (UTC)

@xiota I see. It works as well and it builds just fine without requiring a downgrade minizip-ng package. Clang and mold work perfectly as well:

however, I still have the earlier bug of "When built with Clang, everything works fine, except for the fact that adding folders with the option "Search Subfolders" in "Config" crashes Dolphin immediately."

free(): invalid pointer

How do I activate a much more verbose debug message or get access to the logs? If this is getting too complex, I could open up a thread on this subject.

xiota commented on 2024-01-20 21:33 (UTC) (edited on 2024-01-20 21:38 (UTC) by xiota)

@BlueSwordM The primehack package is behind. The debugfast package would be closer to this one for comparison. (In terms of depends and submodules.)

BlueSwordM commented on 2024-01-20 21:30 (UTC)

@xiota, you are right! Dolphin Primehack builds just fine, with both Clang/LLD and Clang/Mold.

I'll check what the issue is exactly, and what differs.

xiota commented on 2024-01-18 17:36 (UTC) (edited on 2024-01-20 21:32 (UTC) by xiota)

@BlueSwordM Are you building in a clean chroot? Try another dolphin-emu package (that isn't flagged out of date). Does it have the same issue?

BlueSwordM commented on 2024-01-13 18:45 (UTC)

@xiota, mold did not work either lmao. Had it worked, I wouldn't be here.

I will try again however, just to check :D

xiota commented on 2024-01-13 18:44 (UTC) (edited on 2024-01-13 18:44 (UTC) by xiota)

@BlueSwordM Usually when using clang, linker is switched to lld because using clang + ld can have problems with any package. If you can't or don't want to use lld, you can try mold, which is designed to work with both gcc and clang.