<Apteryx>Do you mean by that that it should be added as a "propagated-input" ? Sorry, I'm a bit confused :)
<Apteryx>Another question: When using "guix environment --container gnucash", make cannot find libguile.h although C_INCLUDE_PATH is set to a profile which has a reference to it. Is this normal?
<Apteryx>There seems to be a package for which it's done: "tre" from (gnu packages regex). The locales data seems to be already there, but they need to set LOCPATH and "install" it using localdef. I'll try this.
<civodul>jmd: no, but maybe this specific string is not translated?
<ng0>civodul: just to be clear, with "Subject: Re: [PATCH 1/2] gnu: tlsdate: Use the system provided certificate store. Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2017 14:31:48 +0100" where you mentioned I could recreate the (guix profiles) ca-certificates-bundle, you meant for (gnu packages ntp) not (gnu services time <- where I moved tlsdated to, and ntp will follow), right?
<ng0>(iirc: building right now as I need to make a list of problems I have in every branch)
<jmd>Locale selection in GuixSD is completely fsck'd!!
<ng0>ah no. the problem I have is about an ld errno TLS definition ... section .tbss mismatches non-TLS definition in ../lib/libc.so.1 section .bss .. but I seem to remember reading this issue somewhere
<ng0>does david craven use irc? I'd like to leave a message.. it's dvc, right?
<jmi2k>ryanwatkins: then sorry, but I don't have any idea. I always use startx. Maybe you could try installing it system-wide (edit /etc/config.scm , add the desired package and run guix system reconfigure /etc/config.scm). Good luck ;)
<mekeor>i just joined the channel. i think i might have a similar issue like you, ryanwatkins. i am not able to log in into GNOME unless i delete/rename my ~/.xsession
<ng0>is there a correct place for (modify-services) to be used in the system config? I try to combine it with the filter thing which cuts out ntp from the desktop services. adding it before the (filter) seemed logical, but didn't work. maybe afterways is the place to put it.
<ng0>what I'm trying to do is to keep using %desktop-services (previously I modified it to %desktop-services-sans-ntpd, but this was replaced by the (filter), and add the bayfront server in addition to this removal
<ng0>an upload of the section of my config would help I think.
<lfam>ng0: I'm glad it works. I read your snippet but was almost as lost as you ;)
<ng0>I did a brain dump of my roadmap today to get a different point of view than too many git branches and too many issue tickets.. for the livesystem I'm almost at 80% for everything (blame chaos of "oh, this will be done soon. oh no."), and I have a realitycheck again on what needs to be done :)
<ng0>and because of this realitycheck, I will let some branches just gather dust as I can't afford working on them, like 0ad. doing some last pushs there, and eventually I will announce the branch names/urls etc on the list, as "low hanging fruits" for completion
<ng0>i know this doesn't always work out, but one can hope..
<ng0>one thing I have for example is dreamzzt, I never bothered with the license. It might be "free"ware, it might be gpl2.
<ng0>rekado: are you by any chance working on a supercolider package or have one you will do eventually? Otherwise I will rebase my old branch, add some fixes and send it in, as with the previous patch I've sent I will delete the branch at the end of february then
<adfeno>We received some feedback from the development mailing list of QTWebEngine.
<buenouanq>that's great, we won't have to pay for it.. but is it open source?
<adfeno>It's not really a sure-friendly result (since I didn't see a detailled evaluation of the new status yet) but at least the people at QTWebEngine development mailing list striked out some of our concerns.