Package Details: minidump-stackwalk 0.19.1-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/minidump-stackwalk.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: minidump-stackwalk
Description: A CLI minidump analyzer
Upstream URL: https://crates.io/crates/minidump-stackwalk
Licenses: MIT
Submitter: dbrgn
Maintainer: dbrgn
Last Packager: dbrgn
Votes: 1
Popularity: 0.034804
First Submitted: 2022-07-12 16:14 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2023-11-15 22:48 (UTC)

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dbrgn commented on 2023-11-15 22:48 (UTC)

@bionade24: Ah, I wasn't yet aware of those helper scripts. Nice!

I can confirm that disabling LTO via options seems to resolve the issue. I updated the PKGBUILD. (Additionally, the missing custom license is fixed, and I bumped the package to version 0.19.1.)

bionade24 commented on 2023-11-13 21:28 (UTC) (edited on 2023-11-13 21:29 (UTC) by bionade24)

@dbrgn: I used the official extra-x86_64-build script (see the cmd in the beginning) which uses the makepkg.conf provided under /usr/share/devtools, which has lto enabled. The default /etc/makepkg.conf has lto disabled, explaining the build problem. May you please disable the lto option in the PKGBUILD explicitly, as that would be the right way to do it? https://man.archlinux.org/man/PKGBUILD.5#OPTIONS_AND_DIRECTIVES

dbrgn commented on 2023-11-13 09:21 (UTC)

@bionade24: I cannot reproduce this issue. I started a clean Docker container with the "archlinux" image, installed "base-devel", added a non-root user, downloaded the .tar.gz for this AUR package, and successfully built the package with "makepkg -sfi".

How do you set up your chroot? Do you do any cross compilation? From reading the stack trace, it seems to be a linking issue, maybe related to LTO? https://github.com/briansmith/ring/issues/1444

In any case, it's definitely an issue related to the "ring" library. Maybe the issue tracker helps with tracking down the root cause.

bionade24 commented on 2023-11-11 11:46 (UTC)

Does not build in a clean chroot: https://bpa.st/Z2MEQ7R2KYDHKU2LL6GMHF7N44