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Tres Finocchiaro
@tresf
What's the best way to debug a library getting copied that otherwise shouldn't be?
I've done ldd *.so |grep <library-name> and only found one reference and I've removed this from the -executables just before calling linuxdeployqt a second time, yet when the AppImage gets built, it still gets copied.
Is the list cached and reused somewhere?
probonopd
@probonopd
It could be a dependency of a dependency. Can you be sure that this libraray really is not used at all? How do you know? We are using ldd recursively to determine what needs to be deployed.
Tres Finocchiaro
@tresf
I've tried using lddtree and I see no obvious dependency that I've included on second pass, so it's either extremely non-obvious or it's being cached on first run.
I tried to append to LD_LIBRARY_PATH (instead of pre-pend) to put it lower in the search list over the system search list, but this just isn't practical as ldconfig caches this in *nix. It's not easy to put a library AFTER the system search order in general, LD_LIBRARY_PATH is generally blank by default.
So in the end, I have to put in a blacklist request. Upon investigation, this library most likely shouldn't be bundled in an .AppImage anyway. @probonopd, I've tagged you in the downstream bug report for feedback.
Ali Diouri
@theshadowx
@probonopd hi, how to extract AppImage executable generated with linuxdeployqt
I got an empty folder squashfs-root when using --appimage-extract
Tres Finocchiaro
@tresf
@theshadowx --appimage-extract is the correct syntax. e.g. MyApp.AppImage --appimage-extract should do the trick.
Ali Diouri
@theshadowx
ah ok
Ali Diouri
@theshadowx
worked, thanks
Tres Finocchiaro
@tresf
We ship a 64-bit app but have some multilib/32-bit components bundled as well. This seemed to work fine until https://github.com/AppImage/AppImageKit/commit/db87b5a291453c9715764028d1667c149cc8c403#diff-6b5d0cab03c6c16b9ae575b7ff76f9ffR459 was merged, our AppImage can't guess architecture.
To eventually scale to other architectures, we would prefer not to make assumptions in our packaging logic such as x86_64. What is the preferred method for providing the architecture?
For example, file myexecutable will return something like this:
ELF 64-bit LSB  executable, x86-64, version 1 (GNU/Linux), dynamically linked (uses shared libs), for GNU/Linux 2.6.24, BuildID[sha1]=3959cb8a7cf6a7e5b08c344f49dbe84346cb6ff0, not stripped
I could parse out the second comma delimited value, but AppImageKit seems to prefer x86_64 (with an underscore). How best to simulate the old behavior without a bunch of conditional logic?
Tres Finocchiaro
@tresf
For now I'm going to hack ARCH=$(arch) && export ARCH into the script, but I feel this could be presumptuous :)
Tres Finocchiaro
@tresf
@probonopd I'm receiving the same segfault on two separate Ubuntu 14.04 machines using linuxdeployqt. How do I gather enough information to debug/workaround and/or provide a stack trace?
Also, what is the path for regression testing? It appears linuxdeployqt has no option to download a previous binary release.
Tres Finocchiaro
@tresf
Yeah, I think it's a regression with the new copyright file logic. I've filed a bug.
luzpaz
@luzpaz
Tres Finocchiaro
@tresf
/home/travis/build/FreeCAD/FreeCAD-AppImage/FreeCAD/FreeCAD.AppDir/usr/bin/X11/X11/X11/X11/X11/X11/qmlmin
That looks like some recursion gone wrong.
luzpaz
@luzpaz
@probonopd a user in the FC community just took on an enormous endeavor to integtrate Assembly WB in to FC. Relevant forum thread. Would you mind helping out creating an appimage for his code. It relies on a forked version of FC + downloading this git repo in to a generated ./src/Mod/asm3 folder + downloading other 3rd party backend dependencies (2 options: SolveSpace or (SymPy + SciPy).
I see you using transfer.sh a lot, so I wanted to let you know. FYI, file.io seems to be a suitable replacement.
Tres Finocchiaro
@tresf
Actually, file.io only allows a single download and they have no plans to change that.
@probonopd I'll email you about this privately.
Ferdinand
@hideout
oh hi
Tres Finocchiaro
@tresf
@probonopd here's a stack overflow question about installing AppImages for all users. https://askubuntu.com/a/935249/412004
Tres Finocchiaro
@tresf
6 days, no reply, I'll do my best to reply, I guess.
probonopd
@probonopd
Sorry I am almost never on Gitter anymore
if you want to reach me quickly better use #AppImage on irc.freenode.net
sorry for the inconvenience
Tres Finocchiaro
@tresf
For some reason I though this channel had an IRC bot running. Anyway, if it's being retired, it should be stated. I no longer use IRC since Gitter and Discord. If IRC is the only location for these things, I can fire up the IRC client again.
probonopd
@probonopd
Yes, true, the bridge has been retired because not everyone on IRC had liked it. IRC #AppImage on irc.freenode.net is our most active channel at this time. Happy new year!
小鸡
@shouhuanxiaoji
is this channel not connected with IRC?
Chris Hills
@Chaz6
Nope
Sortale
@Sortale
hi sorry to bother you is there any update on appimage mono software bundling?
Chris Hills
@Chaz6
Hmmm in theory it is possible to write a dot net core plugin that could output an appimage
But I have no experience with that
Patrick José Pereira
@patrickelectric
How can extract a AppImage done with AppImageAssistant
--appimage-extract does not work
Patrick José Pereira
@patrickelectric
And using AppImageExtract, ./AppImageExtract_6-i686.AppImage: error while loading shared libraries: libfuse.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Patrick José Pereira
@patrickelectric
renaming it to tar.bz2 did the trick
Patrick José Pereira
@patrickelectric
@probonopd, what should be done if ./linuxdeployqt-continuous-x86_64.AppImage program.AppImage return
ERROR: findDependencyInfo: ""
ERROR: findDependencyInfo: ""
ERROR: ldd outputLine: "libicui18n.so.52 => not found"
ERROR: for binary: "/tmp/oo/lib//libQt5Core.so.5"
ERROR: Please ensure that all libraries can be found by ldd. Aborting.
should libicui be included manually ?