<paroneayea>to be fair to many things listed there though, esp jquery
<paroneayea>the fact that vanilla js has gotten so much nicer has been because people have iterated on abstraction layers enough that later js revisions (and "html5") got those changes added as part of core
<paroneayea>but yeah, I've been taking the approach lately of avoiding the overhead, and I think to good effect.
<kyamashita>Any idea how I can get Imagemagick's "convert" binary to be able to detect fonts while I'm in a build phase?
<Apteryx>Nevermind, it seems to be working on further attempt.
<Apteryx>Could an expert with texinfo tell me what is incorrect in the use of @itemx in this file: ttp://bazaar.launchpad.net/~steve-z/dvc/dvc/view/head:/texinfo/dvc-intro.texinfo, at lines 394, 464, 457, 905 and 923? (@itemx must follow @item).
<alezost>Apteryx: I looked at a couple of those lines: all of them should be "@item", not "@itemx"; as the error tells @itemx can be placed only after @item to list several items
<slyfox>send 2 patches to guix-patches@ yesterday. first went through immediately, second was dropped
<slyfox>tried to resend second today, seems it was dropped again
<slyfox>the patch is '[PATCH] gnu: libffi: apply alpha build fix' if it happens to get stuck in some moderation queue (if such exist)
<thomasd>rekado: in your NFS setup, have you experimented with making the Guix build node a virtual machine? My (naive?) intuition tells me that should not be a problem?
<Apteryx>After days of compilation my system is back to a current master state ;)
<Apteryx>Not sure why I wasn't finding any substitutes for anything.
***propumpkin is now known as copumpkin
<Apteryx>I'm still slowly figuring out how to package dvc for emacs (I want it because it provides integration with Gnus & email patches). It uses a regular autoreconf/configure/make sequence for its build. Would it be easier to use the gnu-system-build or the emacs-system-build?
<Apteryx>Seems gnu-build-system is easy to get started, but then I'd probably have to fix the lisp files with the same processes defines within the emacs-build-system.
<ng0>regarding tor-browser as there is nothing to CC or forward so far, I've got in touch with their trademark team to check out some details. I don't know how much needs to be adjusted if at all, but establishing first contact is better :)