Package Details: heaptrack-git 682.c6ef628-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/heaptrack-git.git (read-only)
Package Base: heaptrack-git
Description: A heap memory profiler
Upstream URL: http://milianw.de/tag/heaptrack
Licenses: Apache
Conflicts: heaptrack
Provides: heaptrack
Submitter: stativ
Maintainer: stativ
Last Packager: stativ
Votes: 4
Popularity: 0.002951
First Submitted: 2015-03-29 11:43
Last Updated: 2017-11-29 17:25

Latest Comments

Hello71 commented on 2017-10-30 23:38

also it should have conflicts=(heaptrack); provides=(heaptrack)

stativ commented on 2017-06-26 19:54

Sigh, how often I going to explain this. The arch "any" is meant only for packages that doesn't pack any architecture dependent files (eg. you can build them on x86_64 and they will work on i686, too).

And sorry, I'm not going to add arm* to supported architectures, as I can't guarantee the package will work on ARM in the future and ARM is not an officially supported architecture anyway.

wolfpld commented on 2016-11-13 13:51

Heaptrack works on armv7l and aarch64 architectures, please add them to the arch list (or consider using "any").

cdkitching commented on 2016-09-13 02:42

Oh, and there seem to be newer commits on their github than on the kde-hosted repo:
https://github.com/KDE/heaptrack

cdkitching commented on 2016-09-13 02:23

This tool is very much more useful with its GUI. Their cmake configuration is a bit weird: it defaults to building the GUI, but if packages needed for the GUI are absent, it will silently not build it. As a result, your PKGBUILD exhibits different behaviour depending on what packages the user has installed.

If you wish to make your package consistently build the GUI (please do), please add the following packages as dependencies:

extra-cmake-modules
kitemmodels
kdiagram
threadweaver

Installing this and rerunning your PKGBUILD caused the GUI to be built and installed.

Alternatively, pass `-DHEAPTRACK_BUILD_GUI=OFF` to cmake, so you consistently _don't_ build the GUI.
Or perhaps do something with optional dependencies, or get super fancy and make a second package for the GUI.

Anonymous comment on 2015-09-20 22:33

Add i686 to the support architectures, please.