I am using garrow_array_builder_append_values() to transform a native C array to an Arrow array, without calling arrow_array_builder_append multiple times. When calling garrow_array_builder_append_values() in array-builder.cpp with following signature:
it will fail for large arrays. This is probably happening because the is_valids array is copied to the valid_bytes array (of different type), for which the memory is allocated on the stack, and not on the heap, like shown on the snippet below:
A way to avoid this problem would be to allocate memory for the valid_bytes array using malloc() or something similar. Is this behavior intended, maybe because no large arrays should be handed over to that function, or it is rather a bug?