File signal-desktop.spec of Package signal-desktop

# spec file for package signal-desktop
# Copyright (c) 2018 SUSE LINUX GmbH, Nuernberg, Germany.
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# published by the Open Source Initiative.

# Please submit bugfixes or comments via

%global signal_env production
%global pkg_name Signal-Desktop

%global signal_ringrtc_req_version 2.39.2

%global nodejs_includedir %{_includedir}/electron

%global electron_req_version 25~
%global electron_includedir %{_includedir}/electron

# Do not check for npm requires or provides in app.asar
%global __provides_exclude ^npm(.*)|^nodejs(.*)
%global __requires_exclude ^npm(.*)|^nodejs(.*)

#Both electron and webrtc require SSE2 on the x86 port. So we can require SSE2 on all other code, too.
%ifarch %ix86
ExclusiveArch:  i586 i686
BuildArch:      i686
%{expand:%%global optflags %(echo "%optflags") -march=pentium4 -mtune=generic}
%{expand:%%global build_rustflags %(echo "%build_rustflags") -C target-cpu=pentium4 -Z tune-cpu=generic}

#Whether to apply fixes so that libsignal_tokenizer gets compiled with LTO.
# On Leap the system LLVM is too old.
%if 0%{?suse_version} >= 1550 || 0%{?sle_version} >= 150700 || 0%{?fedora}
# On ARM the linker segfaults. This seems to be a LLVM 18 regression.
%ifarch %arm
%bcond_with llvm_lto
%bcond_without llvm_lto
%bcond_with llvm_lto

Name:           signal-desktop
Version:        7.4.0
Release:        0
Summary:        Fast, simple and secure messaging app from your desktop
License:        AGPL-3.0-only and MIT and (MIT or CC0-1.0) and Apache-2.0 and BSD-3-Clause and ISC and SUSE-Public-Domain
Group:          Productivity/Networking/Instant Messenger
Source1:        vendor.tar.zst
Source2:        %{name}.desktop

# Link better-sqlite3 with system openssl
Patch0:         signal-desktop-better-sqlite3-dependencies.patch
# Remove HEIC support from main.js
Patch2:         signal-desktop-remove-heif-support.patch
# Workaround for
Patch3:         0001-ts-log-Avoid-log-spam-for-ResizeObserver-loop-limit-.patch

# Do not distribute bogus dev tool in package
# Code loaded in renderer process is webpecked, but the one in main process unfortunately isnt.
# This means we ship the same code twice. Ouch. (Probably some files in ts/ are also not needed, which means we could slim this further)
Patch5:         Remove-build-time-dependencies.patch

# Inter font is available on both SUSE and Fedora
Patch6:         Use-system-Inter-font.patch
Patch7:         esbuild_version.patch
# Fix build on arm7
Patch8:         do-not-guess-rust-target.patch
# Do not try to patch the elctron executable
Patch9:         remove-fuses.patch
# fix rust breaking gcc LTO
Patch10:        boringssl-sys-no-static.patch
Patch11:        Revert-disable-hardware-acceleration.patch
Patch13:        make-webpack-errors-comprehensible.patch
Patch19:        better-sqlite3-no-download.patch
Patch20:        ringrtc-no-download.patch
Patch21:        system-esbuild.patch
Patch24:        libsignal-client-visibility-hidden.patch
Patch27:        cc-link-lib-no-static.patch
Patch29:        no-comments-or-sourcemaps.patch


BuildRequires:  app-builder
BuildRequires:  cargo
 #There are major API breaks between 0.16 and 0.17.
BuildRequires:  esbuild >= 0.17
BuildRequires:  fdupes
#see node_modules/@signalapp/libsignal-client/vendor/boring-sys/
BuildRequires:  git-core
BuildRequires:  gcc-c++
BuildRequires:  hicolor-icon-theme
BuildRequires:  jq
BuildRequires:  make
BuildRequires:  nodejs-packaging
BuildRequires:  nodejs-electron-devel >= %{electron_req_version}
BuildRequires:  pkgconfig(openssl)
# support for `optional` keyword is now required
BuildRequires:  protobuf-devel >= 3.15
BuildRequires:  python3-packaging

%if 0%{?fedora}
BuildRequires:  rust-srpm-macros
%if 0%{?suse_version} >= 1550 || 0%{?sle_version} >= 150600
BuildRequires:  cargo-packaging >= 1.2.0+3
BuildRequires:  rust-packaging
BuildRequires:  cargo-auditable
BuildRequires:  signal-libringrtc = %{signal_ringrtc_req_version}
%if 0%{?fedora} >= 37
BuildRequires:  nodejs-npm
BuildRequires:  npm
BuildRequires:  cmake
BuildRequires:  clang-devel
%if 0%{?suse_version}
%if %{with llvm_lto}
BuildRequires:  llvm-gold >= 16
BuildRequires:  rust-cbindgen
BuildRequires:  update-desktop-files
BuildRequires:  yarn
%if %{with llvm_lto}
BuildRequires:  llvm-libs
BuildRequires:  cbindgen
BuildRequires:  yarnpkg
BuildRequires:  zstd

Requires:       signal-libringrtc%{?_isa} = %{signal_ringrtc_req_version}
Requires:       (font(inter) or inter-fonts)

#Support upgrading from old RPM versions which had separate langpacks.
#We cannot do that anymore as signal now aborts when the langpack is missing instead of gracefully falling back to english.

%define lang_subpkg() \
Provides:  signal-desktop-langpack-%{1} = %{version}\
Obsoletes: signal-desktop-langpack-%{1} < %{version}

%lang_subpkg af af-ZA Afrikaans
%lang_subpkg ar ar    Arabic
%lang_subpkg az az-AZ Azerbaijani
%lang_subpkg bg bg-BG Bulgarian
%lang_subpkg bn bn-BD Bengali
%lang_subpkg bs bs-BA Bosnian
%lang_subpkg ca ca    Catalan
%lang_subpkg cs cs    Czech
%lang_subpkg da da    Danish
%lang_subpkg de de    German
%lang_subpkg el el    Greek
%lang_subpkg es es    Spanish
%lang_subpkg et et-EE Estonian
%lang_subpkg eu eu    Basque
%lang_subpkg fa fa-IR Persian
%lang_subpkg fi fi    Finnish
%lang_subpkg fr fr    French
%lang_subpkg ga ga-IE Irish
%lang_subpkg gl gl-ES Galician
%lang_subpkg gu gu-IN Gujarati
%lang_subpkg he he    Hebrew
%lang_subpkg hi hi-IN Hindi
%lang_subpkg hr hr-HR Croatian
%lang_subpkg hu hu    Hungarian
%lang_subpkg id id    Indonesian
%lang_subpkg it it    Italian
%lang_subpkg ja ja    Japanese
%lang_subpkg ka ka-GE Georgian
%lang_subpkg kk kk-KZ Kazakh
%lang_subpkg km km-KH Khmer
%lang_subpkg kn kn-IN Kannada
%lang_subpkg ko ko    Korean
%lang_subpkg ky ky-KG Kirghiz
%lang_subpkg lt lt-LT Lithuanian
%lang_subpkg lv lv-LV Latvian
%lang_subpkg mk mk-MK Macedonian
%lang_subpkg ml ml-IN Malayalam
%lang_subpkg mr mr-IN Marathi
%lang_subpkg ms ms    Malay
%lang_subpkg my my    Burmese
%lang_subpkg nb nb    %{quote:Norwegian Bokmal}
%lang_subpkg nl nl    Dutch
%lang_subpkg pa pa-IN Panjabi
%lang_subpkg pl pl    Polish
%lang_subpkg pt_BR pt-BR %{quote:Brazilian Portuguese}
%lang_subpkg pt_PT pt-PT %{quote:European Portuguese}
%lang_subpkg ro ro-RO Romanian
%lang_subpkg ru ru    Russian
%lang_subpkg sk sk-SK Slovak
%lang_subpkg sl sl-SI Slovenian
%lang_subpkg sq sq-AL Albanian
%lang_subpkg sr sr-RS Serbian
%lang_subpkg sv sv    Swedish
%lang_subpkg sw sw    Swahili
%lang_subpkg ta ta-IN Tamil
%lang_subpkg te te-IN Telugu
%lang_subpkg th th    Thai
%lang_subpkg tl tl-PH Tagalog
%lang_subpkg tr tr    Turkish
%lang_subpkg ug ug    Uighur
%lang_subpkg uk uk-UA Ukrainian
%lang_subpkg ur ur    Urdu
%lang_subpkg vi vi    Vietnamese
%lang_subpkg yue yue  Cantonese
%lang_subpkg zh_CN zh-CN %{quote:Simplified Chinese}
%lang_subpkg zh_HK zh-HK %{quote:Chinese (Hong Kong)}
Obsoletes:      signal-desktop-langpack-cy < %version
Obsoletes:      signal-desktop-langpack-eo < %version
Obsoletes:      signal-desktop-langpack-fil < %version
Obsoletes:      signal-desktop-langpack-gd < %version
Obsoletes:      signal-desktop-langpack-is < %version
Obsoletes:      signal-desktop-langpack-ku < %version
Obsoletes:      signal-desktop-langpack-lo < %version
Obsoletes:      signal-desktop-langpack-nn < %version
Obsoletes:      signal-desktop-langpack-no < %version
Obsoletes:      signal-desktop-langpack-ps < %version
Obsoletes:      signal-desktop-langpack-ug < %version
Obsoletes:      signal-desktop-langpack-yue < %version
Obsoletes:      signal-desktop-langpack-zh_TW < %version

BuildRoot:      %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-build

Signal Desktop is an Electron application that links with your Signal Android
or Signal iOS app.

%autosetup -p1 -n %{pkg_name}-%{version} -a 1

# these files are used only in tests but needed for compilation. somehow missing from tarball.
mkdir -pv node_modules/@signalapp/libsignal-client/rust/attest/tests/data
touch node_modules/@signalapp/libsignal-client/rust/attest/tests/data/cds2_test.{evidence,endorsements,mrenclave,privatekey}

#Sanity check that we've declared the correct version in header
test $(jq -cj '.version' node_modules/@signalapp/ringrtc/package.json) = %{signal_ringrtc_req_version}

# Remove HEIC releated files. We don't have heic-convert.
rm -f ts/heic-convert.d.ts
rm -f ts/workers/heicConverterMain.ts
rm -f ts/workers/heicConverterWorker.ts

#Remove vendored font, we use the system copy
rm -rf fonts/inter-v3.19

for i in boring-sys prost-build libloading bindgen rustix blake2 cc pqcrypto-kyber pqcrypto-kyber-0.7.9 pqcrypto-internals serde_derive; do
pushd node_modules/@signalapp/libsignal-client/vendor/$i
jq -cj '.files={}' .cargo-checksum.json >tmp && mv tmp .cargo-checksum.json && popd

# Make `node` and `npm` binaries refer to Electron
%if 0%{?suse_version}
NODEJS_DEFAULT_VER=$(echo %nodejs_version|sed 's/\..*//')

# Electron has a little known feature that make it work like a nodejs binary.
# We make use of it since the system node may be too bleeding-edge
# and to avoid building the same modules twice.
# Not all scripts work when run under electron,
# but importantly npm/yarn and GYP do.
mkdir %{_builddir}/path
cat <<"EOF" > %{_builddir}/path/cargo
#remove our wrapper from path
export PATH="$(echo "$PATH" | sed 's[%{_builddir}/path:[[')"
exec %{_bindir}/cargo -vv $auditable "$@"

cat <<EOF > %{_builddir}/path/node
ELECTRON_RUN_AS_NODE=1 exec %{_libdir}/electron/electron "\$@"

# HACK: This will refer to /usr/bin/npm17 on openSUSE, /usr/bin/npm on Fedora which are Node scripts
cat <<EOF > %{_builddir}/path/npm
exec node %{_bindir}/npm${NODEJS_DEFAULT_VER} "\$@"

cat <<EOF > %{_builddir}/path/npx
exec node %{_bindir}/npx${NODEJS_DEFAULT_VER} "\$@"

# On Fedora, /usr/bin/yarn is a node script. On openSUSE, it is a shell script.
%if 0%{?fedora}
cat <<EOF > %{_builddir}/path/yarn
exec node %{_bindir}/yarn "\$@"

#AWFUL HACK: Custom cmake wrapper to override CFLAGS because -g -O2 seems to get stripped by Rust no matter what i do otherwise
#Compare openSUSE macros.cmake
cat <<"EOF" > %{_builddir}/path/cmake
if [[ "$1" = --build ]]; then
exec %{_bindir}/cmake "$@"
exec %{_bindir}/cmake "$@" -DCMAKE_C_FLAGS="${CFLAGS}" \
        -DCMAKE_EXE_LINKER_FLAGS="$LDFLAGS -Wl,--as-needed -Wl,--no-undefined -Wl,-z,now" \
        -DCMAKE_MODULE_LINKER_FLAGS="$LDFLAGS -Wl,--as-needed" \
        -DCMAKE_SHARED_LINKER_FLAGS="$LDFLAGS -Wl,--as-needed -Wl,--no-undefined -Wl,-z,now"

cat %{_builddir}/path/cmake

chmod +x %{_builddir}/path/*

#work around bsc#1216691
export SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH="$(stat --printf=%Y LICENSE)"

export RUSTFLAGS="%{build_rustflags} --verbose"
export RUSTC_LOG='rustc_codegen_ssa::back::link=info'

%if 0%{?suse_version}
export auditable='auditable -vv'

#[  114s] npm ERR! error[E0554]: `#![feature]` may not be used on the stable release channel
#[  114s] npm ERR!   --> /home/abuild/rpmbuild/BUILD/Signal-Desktop-5.55.0/node_modules/@signalapp/libsignal-client/vendor/polyval/src/

export CFLAGS="%{optflags} -fpic -fno-semantic-interposition -fno-fat-lto-objects -fvisibility=hidden"
export CXXFLAGS="%{optflags} -fpic -fno-semantic-interposition -fno-fat-lto-objects -fvisibility=hidden"
export MAKEFLAGS="%{_smp_mflags}"

# use correct hardening defines also when generating headers for Rust
# this does not (currently) affect the compiled binary at all but better safe than sorry
# -fvisiblity=default works around a bug in bindgen
export BINDGEN_EXTRA_CLANG_ARGS="$(echo " $CXXFLAGS " | sed 's/ -mtls-dialect=gnu2 / /') -fvisibility=default"

LLVM_CPU_FLAGS=$(clang $(echo " $CXXFLAGS " | sed 's/ -mtls-dialect=gnu2 / /') -xc /dev/null --verbose -S 2>&1 | \
grep usr/bin/clang | \
sed  's/-target-feature\s\+/--mattr=/g' | \
sed  's/-mfloat-abi\s\+/--float-abi=/g' | \
sed 's/-target-cpu\s\+/--mcpu=/g' | \
sed 's/ /\n/g' |grep -E '^--(mattr|mcpu|float-abi)')

#make LD able to consume rust LTO libraries
export LDFLAGS="%{?build_ldflags} \
%if %{with llvm_lto}
-Wl, -Wl,--plugin-opt=O3 $(echo "$LLVM_CPU_FLAGS" | sed 's/^/ -Wl,--plugin-opt=/' | tr "\n" ' ') \
-Wl,--gc-sections -Wl,-O2 "

export ELECTRON_CACHE=$(pwd)/vendor/cache/electron
export ELECTRON_BUILDER_CACHE=$(pwd)/vendor/cache/electron-builder
export SIGNAL_ENV=%{signal_env}

# node_modules/playwright

# libsignal-client
export PROTOC=%{_bindir}/protoc
export PROTOC_INCLUDE=%{_includedir}

# The `cc` crate tries to be too clever and passes some default cflags to cmake.
# Disable these and use only the ones from CFLAGS env. variable
# Ensure cmake gets the RelWithDebInfo profile
# make cmake louder?
export VERBOSE=1
export V=1

export ESBUILD_BINARY_PATH=%{_bindir}/esbuild

# Do not panic when run under different node version than specified in manifest.
yarn config set ignore-engines true

# Fix package.json
cp package.json package.json.orig
sed 's#"postinstall": .*##' -i package.json

# Use the system electron for building
electron_version="$(< %{_libdir}/electron/version)"

# Passing `--universal` as the architecture makes the output path predictable.
# Node-gyp rebuild inside electron-builder fails with Node ≥17 (Fedora)
# But we do not need to rebuild anything, since the initial `npm rebuild` is done against Electron in the first place!
sed -i -r 's#("build:electron": ").*"#\1electron-builder --config.extraMetadata.environment=$SIGNAL_ENV --linux dir --universal -c.electronDist=%{_libdir}/electron -c.electronVersion=${electron_version} -c.asar=false -c.nodeGypRebuild=false -c.npmRebuild=false"#' package.json

# We use signal-client source repo
echo ">>>>>> Use signal-client source (package.json)"
SIGNAL_CLIENT_VERSION=$(jq -cj  '.dependencies."@signalapp/libsignal-client"' package.json)
sed -i 's|"@signalapp/libsignal-client": "|"@signalapp/libsignal-client": "|' package.json
sed 's|"resolutions": {|"resolutions": {\n    "@signalapp/libsignal-client": "'${SIGNAL_CLIENT_VERSION}'",|' -i package.json

# Remove HEIF/HEIC support
sed -i '/"heic-convert": .*/d' package.json
sed -i '/".*heicConverter.bundle.js".*/d' package.json

diff -u package.json.orig package.json || true

export npm_config_nodedir="%{nodejs_includedir}"
export npm_config_build_from_source=true

# Build signal-tokenizer rust library
pushd node_modules/@signalapp/better-sqlite3/deps/sqlite3/signal-tokenizer
cargo -vv $auditable rustc --release --lib --crate-type staticlib \
%if %{with llvm_lto}
-- -Clinker-plugin-lto
# ^^^ rustc tries to produce fat objects by default, they do not work with the system linker
# which only sees native code and does not invoke the plugin
# Tell it to produce only LTO bytecode instead of fat binaries

cbindgen --profile release . -o include/signal-tokenizer.h

### Rebuild node modules from source

# Copy libringrtc from signal-ringrtc package
mkdir -pv  node_modules/@signalapp/ringrtc/build/linux/
cp -pv %{_libexecdir}/signal-desktop/node_modules/@signalapp/ringrtc/build/linux/*.node -t node_modules/@signalapp/ringrtc/build/linux/

# Run rebuild under electron instead of node because GYP gets broken when the system node is too new (Rawhide)
PATH="%{_builddir}/path:$PATH" npm rebuild --verbose --foreground-scripts

### Create prerequisites

#Compile typescript code in libsignal-client
pushd node_modules/@signalapp/libsignal-client
# We need to move the @types directory or tsc will walk up to parent
# directories and pick it up.
mv ../../@types{,_ignore}
yarn --offline --no-lockfile tsc
mv ../../@types{_ignore,}

#compile sticker creator
pushd sticker-creator
PATH="%{_builddir}/path:$PATH" npm rebuild --verbose --foreground-scripts
yarn --offline --no-lockfile build

yarn --offline --no-lockfile generate

### Build
# Run electron-builder
yarn --offline --no-lockfile build:release


install -d -m 0755 %{buildroot}%{_bindir}

cat << EOF > %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/signal-desktop
export NODE_ENV=production

exec electron %{_libexecdir}/%{name} "\$@"
chmod +x %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/signal-desktop

# icons
for i in 16 24 32 48 64 128 256 512 1024; do
    install -d -m 0755 %{buildroot}%{_datadir}/icons/hicolor/${i}x${i}/apps/
    install -pm 0644 build/icons/png/${i}x${i}.png %{buildroot}%{_datadir}/icons/hicolor/${i}x${i}/apps/%{name}.png

# desktop file
install -d -m 0755 %{buildroot}%{_datadir}/applications/
install -pm 0644 %{SOURCE2} %{buildroot}%{_datadir}/applications/%{name}.desktop

# Copy the app itself
mkdir -pv %{buildroot}%{_libexecdir}
cp -plr release/linux-universal-unpacked/resources/app %{buildroot}%{_libexecdir}/%{name}

# Copy the native modules that were ignored by electron-builder
find -type f -name '*.node' -print -exec install -pvDm755 {} "%{buildroot}%{_libexecdir}/%{name}/{}" \;

#Remove development garbage
cd %{buildroot}%{_libexecdir}/%{name}
#JS debugging symbols
find -name '*.map' -type f -print -delete
#Source code
rm -rf node_modules/@signalapp/libsignal-client/{bin,false,java,rust,swift,vendor,node,ts}
rm -vf  node_modules/@signalapp/libsignal-client/

find -name '*.c' -type f -print -delete
find -name '*.cpp' -type f -print -delete
find -name '*.h' -type f -print -delete
find -name '*.m' -type f -print -delete
find -name '*.ts' -type f -print -delete
find -name '*.tsx' -type f -print -delete
find -name '*.gyp' -type f -print -delete
find -name '*.gypi' -type f -print -delete
find -name tsconfig.json -type f -print -delete
find -name Cargo.lock -type f -print -delete
find -name Cargo.toml -type f -print -delete
find -name '.babel*' -type f -print -delete
find -name '*.flow' -type f -print -delete
find -name bower.json -type f -print -delete
find -name composer.json -type f -print -delete
find -name component.json -type f -print -delete
find -name '*.patch' -type f -print -delete
#Compile-time-only dependencies
find -name nan -print0 |xargs -r0 -- rm -rvf --
find -name node-addon-api -print0 |xargs -r0 -- rm -rvf --
find -name test*.node -type f -print -delete
#Bogus (empty) DLLs which cannot be loaded by node
rm -rfv node_modules/@{nodert-win10-rs4/windows.{data.xml.dom,ui.notifications},signalapp/windows-dummy-keystroke}/build/Release
find -name '*.markdown' -type f -print -delete
find -name '*.bnf' -type f -print -delete
find -name '*.mli' -type f -print -delete
find -name CHANGES -type f -print -delete
find -name TODO -type f -print -delete
find -name usage.txt -type f -print -delete
#Other garbage
rm -rf build/icons
rm -rf protos
rm -rf release
find -name .cargo -print0 |xargs -r0 -- rm -rvf --
find -name .github -print0 |xargs -r0 -- rm -rvf --
find -name .husky -print0 |xargs -r0 -- rm -rvf --
find -name -print0 |xargs -r0 -- rm -rvf --
find -name etc -print0 |xargs -r0 -- rm -rvf --
find -name '.eslint*' -type f -print -delete
find -name .editorconfig -type f -print -delete
find -name .lint -type f -print -delete
find -name '.jscs*' -type f -print -delete
find -name '.prettier*' -type f -print -delete
find -name '.grenrc*' -type f -print -delete
find -name .npmrc -type f -print -delete
find -name .nycrc -type f -print -delete
find -name .taprc -type f -print -delete
find -name '.nvm*' -type f -print -delete
find -name '.rustfmt*' -type f -print -delete
find -name .flake8 -type f -print -delete
find -name .clippy.toml -type f -print -delete
find -name .bithoundrc -type f -print -delete
find -name .testem.json -type f -print -delete
find -name '*travis*.yml' -type f -print -delete
find -name rust-toolchain -type f -print -delete
find -name '*.podspec' -type f -print -delete
find -name '*~' -type f -print -delete
find -name '*.bak' -type f -print -delete
find -name sri-history.json -type f -print -delete
find -name Dockerfile -type f -print -delete
find -name -type f -print -delete

#Remove tests
rm -rf ts/test-{both,electron,mock,node}

# this library is shipped by another package we depend on
rm -rf node_modules/@signalapp/ringrtc/build

# Remove empty directories
find . -type d -empty -print -delete

#Fix file mode
find . -type f -exec chmod 644 {} \;
find . -name '*.node' -exec chmod 755 {} \;

%fdupes %{buildroot}%{_libexecdir}/%{name}

%if 0%{?suse_version}
%suse_update_desktop_file %{name}

# Sanity check that we don't have unresolved symbols. It does not fail the build in the case
# of a shared library, and that problem already happened twice in the history of this package.
# All unresolved symbols should start with node / napi / uv / v8, they are exported by electron itself.
pushd %{buildroot}%{_libexecdir}/%{name}
find . -name '*.node' -print0 | xargs -0 -t -IXXX sh -c '! ldd -d -r XXX | \
grep    '\''^undefined symbol'\'' | \
grep -v '\''^undefined symbol: _ZN2v8'\'' | \
grep -v '\''^undefined symbol: _ZNK2v8'\'' | \
grep -v '\''^undefined symbol: _ZN4node'\'' | \
grep -v '\''^undefined symbol: node_'\'' | \
grep -v '\''^undefined symbol: napi_'\'' | \
grep -v '\''^undefined symbol: uv_'\'' '

# Check that all native modules are loadable.
find . -name '*.node' -print0 | xargs -0 -t -IXXX env ELECTRON_RUN_AS_NODE=1 %{_libdir}/electron/electron -e 'require("XXX")'

# Sanity check that we did not mistakenly link system openssl instead of boringssl
# since they have the same name and a similar set of exported symbols
objdump -p node_modules/@signalapp/libsignal-client/build/Release/*.node >%{_builddir}/objdump
cat %{_builddir}/objdump
! grep -F libcrypto %{_builddir}/objdump
! grep -F libssl %{_builddir}/objdump

%ifnarch riscv64
# Try to run signal and ensure that it gets to the point where it tries to initialize the X server
TMPDIR=$(mktemp -d)
cp -pr %{buildroot}%{_libexecdir}/%{name} -t "$TMPDIR"
mkdir -p "${TMPDIR}/%{name}/node_modules/@signalapp/ringrtc/build/linux/"
cp -pv %{_libexecdir}/%{name}/node_modules/@signalapp/ringrtc/build/linux/*.node -t "${TMPDIR}/%{name}/node_modules/@signalapp/ringrtc/build/linux/"
electron "${TMPDIR}/%{name}" --no-sandbox >"${TMPDIR}/testlog" 2>&1 || true
cat "${TMPDIR}/testlog"
grep -F "${TMPDIR}/testlog"

#rust tests
export RUSTFLAGS="%{build_rustflags} --verbose"
export RUSTC_LOG='rustc_codegen_ssa::back::link=info'
%if 0%{?suse_version}
export auditable='auditable -vv'
export CFLAGS="%{optflags} -fpic -fno-semantic-interposition -fno-fat-lto-objects -fvisibility=hidden"
export CXXFLAGS="%{optflags} -fpic -fno-semantic-interposition -fno-fat-lto-objects -fvisibility=hidden"
export MAKEFLAGS="%{_smp_mflags}"
export BINDGEN_EXTRA_CLANG_ARGS="$(echo " $CXXFLAGS " | sed 's/ -mtls-dialect=gnu2 / /') -fvisibility=default"
export PROTOC=%{_bindir}/protoc
export PROTOC_INCLUDE=%{_includedir}
export VERBOSE=1
export V=1
LLVM_CPU_FLAGS=$(clang $(echo " $CXXFLAGS " | sed 's/ -mtls-dialect=gnu2 / /') -xc /dev/null --verbose -S 2>&1 | \
grep usr/bin/clang | \
sed  's/-target-feature\s\+/--mattr=/g' | \
sed  's/-mfloat-abi\s\+/--float-abi=/g' | \
sed 's/-target-cpu\s\+/--mcpu=/g' | \
sed 's/ /\n/g' |grep -E '^--(mattr|mcpu|float-abi)')
export LDFLAGS="%{?build_ldflags} \
%if %{with llvm_lto}
-Wl, -Wl,--plugin-opt=O3 $(echo "$LLVM_CPU_FLAGS" | sed 's/^/ -Wl,--plugin-opt=/' | tr "\n" ' ') \
-Wl,--gc-sections -Wl,-O2 "

pushd node_modules/@signalapp/better-sqlite3/deps/sqlite3/signal-tokenizer
cargo -vv $auditable test --release --no-fail-fast

pushd node_modules/@signalapp/libsignal-client
# see — we're trying to match the actual build environment
mytarget=$(echo "$(pwd)"/build/Release/*.node)
CARGO_BUILD_TARGET_DIR="${mytarget}/geni/rust" \
RUSTFLAGS="$RUSTFLAGS  --cfg aes_armv8 --cfg polyval_armv8" \
cargo -vv $auditable test --release --no-fail-fast --target $(rustc -vV | awk '/host/ { print $NF }')

%license LICENSE

%dir %{_libexecdir}/%{name}
%dir %{_libexecdir}/%{name}/build
%dir %{_libexecdir}/%{name}/sticker-creator

%dir %{_datadir}/icons/hicolor/1024x1024
%dir %{_datadir}/icons/hicolor/1024x1024/apps


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