<ggrant>civodul: I also still had the build error, when it ran a check -- failing on download.sh ... so that could be problematic.
<civodul>in general you should report "make check" failures
<ggrant>civodul: It'll give me some message like "fault", after it tries for X amount of time.
<civodul>but ISTR that your ISP did DNS hijacking, no?
<ggrant>civodul: Wasn't me, but I heard about that... don't know if I'm too on that ISP (Charter, North America.)
<civodul>so you should post tests/guix-download.log, so we can see what's wrong
<ggrant>civodul: Yeah it's on my list; I'll probably post it tomorrow, then -- I'm trying to fix my sleep schedule right now, so I'm staying up all night/day today... so I'll do so when I'm more level-headed/rested. :^I
<ggrant>Really, I shouldn't even be working on yet another package module, but for the most part ... it's fairly brain-dead simple. :^U
<mark_weaver>unless your mtimes got really messed up. was your clock way off recently?
<mark_weaver>any .go file that is older than your source file shouldn't be used.
<mark_weaver>so unless somehow your clock was set wrong and you ended up with a .go file with mtime in the future, or your clock is now set wrong and your .scm file is in the past, things should work correctly.
<jmd>I have completely removed the package definition. Yet when I do ./pre-inst-env guix build it starts building.
<mark_weaver>does your GUILE_LOAD_PATH contain another directory that contains gnu/packages/*.scm with the package definition?
<jmd>Ok. Solved the problem. There it was picking up a defintion from an old emacs backup file.