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issue commentalixaxel/chrome-aws-lambda

Layers not working

Sidenote: To only unzip the first layer of compression under macOS, run unzip in the Terminal.


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issue commentalixaxel/chrome-aws-lambda

Layers not working

Thanks @Daemach

This is especially relevant, as some tools like the Archive Utility builtin to macOS unpack the two layers of zip compression in one go. As the structure that gets unpacked looks correct, this is very hard to debug.

It is caused by this upstream issue of GitHub Actions

Nonetheless, until that's fixed I would vote to reopen this issue to make this easier to find for others. (Maybe renaming it to something like "CI layer artifact double zipped – Lambda Cannot find module")


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