<remo3>Since Guix uses Guile, I thought I should familiarize myself with it. I've found that there are at least 3 related GNU technologies...Emacs Lisp, GNU Guile, and MIT/GNU Scheme. Am I correct in understanding that these are all essentially disparate projects, and that I'm OK to just focus on learning Guile if I want to make sense of Guix-specific stuff?
<adhoc>remo3: that is my understanding too. knowing emacs lisp is useful in itself, there is also a project to build emacs on the guile runtime
<remo3>I see. I was curious because MIT/GNU Scheme didn't mention anything about Guile
<adhoc>remo3: i'm not up to date on the MIT/GNU Scheme project through.
<remo3>Nor did Guile mention anything about MIT/GNU Scheme
<remo3>(though I may have missed it in the manuals; I haven't read ALL the pages...)
<adhoc>last time i talked/chatted to someone about MIT/GNU Scheme, they said to go use Racket instead
<remo3>I see. Well, I guess that means I'm fine just focusing on Guile
<yenda>The OVH account manager doesn't work well with IceCat (401 unauthorized), I wonder if it has something to do with IceCat fake user agent
<phant0mas>the problem I have with perl on Hurd, has actually nothing to do with perl. It's a problem with glibc's memmove (specifically line 72). Considering that I use the same perl version with debian-hurd, which works, I am certain that the problem exists in one of the missing debian patches.
<davexunit>rekado_: I think I'm going to add a naive auto-rebuild feature to 'haunt serve' and release 0.1, barring any blocker bugs from you.
<davexunit>sneek: later tell Camel_ we do not yet have an nginx system service, though we do have a package. writing the service has been on my TODO list for awhile and I would be very happy if someone beat me to writing it. :)
<davexunit>now, if you can make 2 commits that use GNU ChangeLog style commit logs (see the commit log for tons of examples) and send them as patch files generated by 'git format-patch' to firstname.lastname@example.org, that would be great.
<davexunit>cirno: also, do the 2f30 people not make tarball releases?
<davexunit>those would be preferred over using git checkouts
<cirno>i think the gitweb thing also provides tars, ill switch to them
<rekado->davexunit: re haunt: I find myself copying most of haunt/builder/blog.scm because I want to make changes to the "blog" procedure (e.g. do not generate the file name from the title, but keep the original file name).
<rekado->re .deb packages: when I packaged my applications for Debian derivates I'd generate them with fpm, because I found that life is too short to learn how to deb.
<cjbarnes18>I may jsut start one myself, and if it gains traction, woud hapily hand it over to the project.
<jerry5>cjbarnes18: The parens can help you visualize code as a tree of functions
<davexunit>maybe libreplanet.org is where it should be for now
<mark_weaver>cjbarnes18: to configure the keymap for the text consoles, use the 'console-keymap-service' to the 'services' field of your OS config, e.g. something like (console-keymap-service "dvorak")