<ng0>this is looped work... in summer 2015 i started to tweak the gnunet,gnunet-gtk,gnurl packages for gentoo. then I stopped working on those for a while and went on to guix, did the same. now i try to put finishing touches to the gentoo ones, only to see that move from eapi 5 to eapi 6 will be incredible hard and requires rewriting the package again, to see that I need to recycle what I did in guix
<ng0>but i can't even use much of the guix work, as guix build system is smarter than gentoo it seems.
<davexunit>phant0mas: more avr-gcc nightmare: the gcc cross compiler built in build/gcc/xgcc returns ".;" when passed the --print-multi-lib flag, whereas the one I one I built manually prints out all of the avr directories.
<mark_weaver>kyamashita: currently, our master branch has GNOME 3.18, so I guess that means we should have gnome-sudoku 3.18 as well. but note that there's a 'gnome-updates' branch in our git repo that is updated to GNOME 3.20
<mark_weaver>the choice of module is less clear, but I'd say probably games.scm
<efraim>fps: I know, but I figured if it really wanted libpng12 then that might give it what it wants
<mark_weaver>on the other hand, if gnome-sudoku follows the version numbe of GNOME and normally should be updated in lock step with the other gnome modules, then perhaps gnome.scm is a better place for it
<fps>efraim: i guess i should inherit libpng and just use it locally in a let or would it make sense to also define that package publically?
<kyamashita>mark_weaver: It certainly seems like it. There's a gnome-sudoku version corresponding to each GNOME release.
<efraim>if it's only for that one package than i'd go with locally
<mark_weaver>kyamashita: okay, then forget what I said before. please put it in gnome.scm :)
<slim404>to setup a keyboard you just open the settings > input source gui in gnome
<ngz>Hello. I have a question about package editing under Emacs. When I open an "scm" file, I accept a ton of variables as safe. So far so good. Yet, Emacs isn't able to properly indent sexps (e.g., indentation under `origin' has 2 columns instead of 1)