That’s not a file that’s installed as there’s only a binary and man page in the
supermin package. That file is part of the source code. Patches are created before building and packaging software, not after installation.
The latest stable release of
supermin is 5.2.0 released back in March. The commit you’re referencing has three parents that were created after the stable release.
The Arch community package already has a patch for that same file that was created before those commits were made.
You have a few options:
Wait for the next stable release of
File a bug report for
supermin and reference the original Bug 1858625 , not your duplicate. That way, the Arch package maintainer may merge those commits into the patch if it’s viable.
Merge the commits with Arch’s patch yourself and rebuild the package.
Create a VCS package for
supermin either pulling from that static commit or just pull straight from master. You’ll possibily need to rebuild
libguestfs if not create a VCS package for it as well to match.