<wingo>jeez i am getting segfaults now related to syntax objects, yarrrr
<wingo>ah it was because i added code to hash.c to hash syntax objects, it had compiler warnings because it didn't know about scm_syntax_expression, assumed it was int->int, when i fixed unrelated warnings and rebuilt it didn't rebuild hash.c
<wingo>so i thought everything was fine when in reality nope :)
<htgoebel>catonano_: It's a long error message ,please see my message on the mailinglist.
<htgoebel>snape: IC. AFAIK these are no dependencies at all, since they are working on the source - which is done prior to building any package. They are already required when running "guix build --source unrtf", while the inputs are not Some guix core-develeoper should know in detail.
<ng0>efraim: what was this kind of device you are porting GuixSD to arm?
<Petter>I'm trying to build xfce4-notifyd. In the store I find a .desktop file, and a dbus .service file. I don't understand how I should tell the system about these; or maybe it just works automagically on reboot?
<wingo>Petter: generally things installed by packages don't have much in the way of magical service integration
<wingo>guix is a bit more explicit for better or for worse
<wingo>for dbus specifically i think what happens is that the package has a corresponding service
<wingo>e.g. the colord package has a service, and that service extends the dbus service, adding in dbus service extensions that come from the colord package's dbus files
<wingo>there i think the user's dbus (different from system dbus) will look in ~/.guix-profile/share/dbus or whatever for available services
<wingo>iirc anyway, this stuff keeps getting paged out :P
<Petter>I'm not sure what it is. I can run xfce4-notifyd-config, and when I click "Show Preview" it shows an error box with: "GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknown: The name org.freedesktop.Notifications was not provided by any .service files"
<Petter>But this service file is in /gnu/store/.../share/dbus-1/services/org.xfce4-notifyd.Notifications.service
<Petter>Looks like I should make a symlink from .guix-profile/share/dbus-1
<Petter>I don't see how any of the services I have in .guix-profile/share/dbus-1 make their symlink though.
<wingo>Petter: did you install xfce4-notifyd yo your user?
<brendyn>You can do anything, apart from all the things you want to do
<htgoebel>Re: Bitstream Vera: Wikipedia says: Because of its liberal license, the DejaVu fonts project is expanding it with additional glyphs and styles, which it releases into the public domain.
<htgoebel>So maybe we can drop Bitstream Vara al all (or make it to include only a few symlinks)
<htgoebel>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DejaVu_fonts say: "the Bitstream Vera license, an extended MIT License which restricts naming of modified distributions and prohibits individual sale of the typefaces, although they may be embedded within a larger commercial software package"
<htgoebel>License see /gnu/store/gkm7hkpkkmrskvlwxiqrxw7nzl7hgivp-java-eclipse-aether-for-bootstrap-1.0.2/share/java/eclipse-aether-for-bootstrap.jar