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<autogenerated>:1: internal compiler error: NewBulk too big: nbit=45718 count=439306 nword=1429 size=627768274
Please file a bug report including a short program that triggers the error.
exit status 2
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So, there's some really big stuff in this program. I'm not terribly surprised that we get this error, which is basically saying that the # of variables * # of safe points in a function is more than 2^32. There may be something with -N -l (the compiler flags that dlv passes to the compiler) that push things over the edge, that we might be able to tweak. But I'm skeptical there would be anything ovbious.
A workaround would be to debug an optimized binary, that seems to at least build successfully.
@sufiyan-techp@randall77 How would we debug the optimized binary with delve? I am running into same issue while using cdktf go bindings for Datadog provide and this line seems to be the issue: github.com/cdktf/cdktf-provider-datadog-go/datadog/v5/dashboard. This makes it difficult to work with Go.