<davexunit>tadni: cool screenshot in the lisp general, btw.
<isd>Hey all -- I'm trying to fiddle with the pypi importer, and when I run `guix import pypi ...', I get a stack trace which ultimately seems to complaining about a missing module "json," which is imported from pypi.scm but not available
<mark_weaver>FYI, magit-1.2.0 doesn't work with the emacs pretest. there's supposedly a 1.2.1 release, but the provided download link doesn't work. in the meantime, I've applied an upstream-provided patch to fix it.
<mark_weaver>Is it a build system of some package you want to add that assumes this?
<mark_weaver>I have two suggestions: (1) use 'substitute' to patch the build system to look for it in the right place, or (2) add a phase that copies /gnu/store/XXXXX-1f24ab1d39f4a51faf22244c94a6203f-xmlsec1-1.2.14.tar.gz to the file name you want somewhere in the build directory.
<mark_weaver>if you really need it, you could make a new package that just copies /gnu/store/XXXXX-1f24ab1d39f4a51faf22244c94a6203f-xmlsec1-1.2.14.tar.gz to /gnu/store/XXXXX/1f24ab1d39f4a51faf22244c94a6203f-xmlsec1-1.2.14.tar.gz
<jmd>I'd hoped I could use trivial-build-system or something just to copy it to the output
<mark_weaver>jmd: The 'paredit' package in gnu/packages/emacs.scm is an example of a trivial-build-system package that does something similar. just remove the (guix build emacs-utils) module imports, change the destination of the copy, and remove the byte-compile-file thing at the end.