<youlysses>I'm going to take a nap, so I'll be lucid enough later to knock out the rest of my homework, so hopefully I'll be free the full hackathon. civodul: If you see anything obviously incorrect, feel free to mention it -- and I'll try very-hard to at least get freeglut ready to be submitted on the mailing list later tonight. Right now though, AFK for probably 4-5 hours.
<civodul>youlysses: it definitely works for me, with the version from the paste
<civodul>did you configure & install Guix correctly?
<civodul>last time you had not run ./configure IIRC
<youlysses>civodul: I'm pretty-darn sure it's right. When I check for a resulting .go file, I don't see one anywhere for freeglut, I'm thinking that's namely the problem...
<youlysses>I'm just going to re-install Guix and see if that's the problem, but just operating off the 0.3 tarball seemed like it was working fine. :^/
<civodul>youlysses: the .go is automatically compiled and goes under ~/.cache/guile
<civodul>but i'm not sure i understand: did you run ./configure && make && make check ?
<youlysses>civodul: Yeah; The problem with the initial install (non-release tarball, but from git) is I couldn't get autoconf to generate a configure file for me -- I'm familiar with the very basics of the GNU tool-chain, at least the generic install method. :^P
<youlysses>In the check process, the only thing that failed was guix-download.sh -- via the 0.3 tarball.
<youlysses>Weird, well it seems that it's more-or-less working now. Maybe it was due to not having my expression in a pre-made directory like packages or system? I just moved it directly into packages this time, and no-problem -- besides a 404 for the sourceforge mirror I linked to.
<youlysses>Ok that's fixed, now I just have to figure-out why the hash keeps changing... Everytime I run guix build freeglut, the hash keeps saying it's wrong and presents me with a new has, which causes me to fail my build.
<youlysses>Do such services of cgit create archives on the fly, even for stable releases? If not, I'm not really sure why this is happening.
<civodul>(BTW i'm at work now, which is why there's some lag)
<youlysses>civodul: I want to get wpa_supplicant going, and I will -- for sure. Also, no prob.
<youlysses>civodul: Nope, it appears different each time.
<civodul>youlysses: if the hash shown by "guix download" changes each time, that means that their server doesn't provide reproducible tarballs
<civodul>perhaps they have an alternate server providing fixed tarballs?
<youlysses>civodul: I'll look into it -- right now, I'm going to gone to finish up some homework that's due later today. I don't plan on going to bed, until I get freeglut.scm nailed down -- so I'll report in later and hopefully make a submission to the mailing list. :^)
<civodul>youlysses: great, even if it's not complete, don't hesitate to post on guix-devel and possibly ask for specific advice
<jxself>youlysses: ftp://ftp.freedesktop.org/pub/mesa/glu/glu-9.0.0.tar.gz would probably be better?
<youlysses>jxself: I'm getting a 550 error on that link. :^/
<civodul>Steap: hydra is done building stuff... but x86_64 only
<civodul>i had forgotten to enable i686 on that jobset
<youlysses>I ran it another 3 times, and maybe it was just a fluke -- it seems fine now. :^)
<youlysses>Ok, this should hopefully be the last-run until the package expression is finally done... For my inputs, I'm not sure what I should put to get them working? I tried emulating the input names exactly in the string, but it doesn't seem to work. http://paste.lisp.org/display/139183
<youlysses>Yeah, I have no idea -- I'm going to take a two hour nap (I'm on 40 hours or-so with about 2 hours prior in-between) and it's starting to *really* impact me and hopefully it'll be more self-explanatory.
<youlysses>AFK, for probably 2-3 hours? Unless I break the more-or-less promise again and go another 4 or-so hours... :^P
<civodul>mark_weaver: do you think the 'guix' program should be run with --no-auto-compile to avoid auto-compilation messages and possible failures?
<mark_weaver>civodul: I don't know. Have problems been reported because of this? It would mean using the meta switch, which would in turn mean that the -*- scheme -*- would have to be moved down further where Emacs won't see it, but maybe that can go somewhere else.
<Steap>I don't have the hardware to read them anymore :(
<youlysses>Steap: I don't intentionally stay-up so long, I just can't get to bed and I'm dubious of taking drugs for it.
<jxself>If you consistently find it difficult to sleep there are medical doctors that specialize in sleep.
<youlysses>I'm probably going to get an overnight entry-level job soon, so that should help to filter the energy -- but most of the time, it's just fueled by ADHD Hyperactive episodes, that last a good 5+ hours. Yeah, though I've had sleep studies before and when I actually get to sleep, I stay in rem for about half the time of the average.
<mark_weaver>floppy disks? wow, it's been a while since I've used a computer with one of those :)
<youlysses>But eh, not enough to complain enough -- I'll probably end-up staying up most of tonight and pass out early tomorrow. :^P