<pmikkelsen>hello guix, I have a working package definition for the godot engine, but I made it using the unreleased version 3. would anyone be interrested in a version for the current stable? Otherwise I will keep the package local untill version 3 is released, which might take some time :)
<Apteryx>I'm not sure if emacs support tags for Scheme for navigation, but I bet i does. I've been using Geiser for navigating (jumping from one def to another) and it works usually well; you might have to 'load' the module being looked at though, with C-c C-a for example.
<efraim>On another note, I started last night to see about adding debian as a content-addressed-mirror, but it looks like I'll need to either parse the 'file' and have complex rules to match Debian's tarball names
<Apteryx>Where does the two spaces "rule" comes from? I was surprised to encounter it for the first time in texinfo/scheme docstring. It doesn't hold any ground in the typography world (does TeX does it, for example? No.), so it got me curious!
<quigonjinn>well, some vps provider booted the 0.13.0 image for me, so it's not an option to make a new USB image.
<quigonjinn>it must be an omission of the 0.13.0 image anyway, the instructions exist in the manual.
<ng0>it was mentioned in the release notes or soon afterwards that passwd was missing nad has since then be readded
<ng0>sneek: later tell civodul: A check for shell support before I continue working on it: would you accept new introduced files especially for tcsh/csh and fish to get their environment variables from? Those are so far the 2 major shells which differ from the way zsh/*ksh*/bash sets them. In (guix search-path) I just need to add 2 variations which will then be used in (guix build profiles) to generate the
<cbaines>garlox[m], I'm not sure a recommendation has been made
<cbaines>there is a tor-service though, so you could possibly route traffic through that
<cbaines>you lose some advantages over the Tor Browser though
<garlox[m]>yeah, that's what I considered as well. Probably have to make sure to disable JS in order to prevent fingerprinting in Icecat
<ng0>I want an environment for development where I can build a release reliable. But when I use: guix environment --ad-hoc --container gnutls libidn bash gettext texinfo zlib autoconf automake libtool groff perl pkg-config python@2 sed coreutils make this environment gives me:
<civodul>ng0: re shells and etc/profile, i'd rather stick to Bash and/or POSIX shells, but we can discuss :-)
<ng0>okay, I don't think irc is good for people like myself. I like to talk in long length to go into detail. What I don't propose is to change the default shell. Only better support for those that aren't supported that well atm, which I've written in some recent emails
<civodul>right, when i say "discuss", i say on the list