<Apteryx_>otherwise if you're developing/testing it and it changes so often, you might be better git cloning it somewhere and spawning a guix environment so that you can build it and run it in place, updating it using git pull whenever you need to.
<vagrantcish>so, i simply re-added gnu/packages/patches/binutils-ld-new-dtags.patch ff19532fd545fd1b039d471155c2430c8efc1b27, ran "guix pull --url=/my/local/guix --branch=my-hacky-branch" ... which worked ... and then i could "guix pull" against master
<vagrantcish>i was able to reproduce it by switching to 5d669883ecc104403c5d3ba7d172e9c02234577c and then trying to pull 116ca65b583ba4e404289f1481dc3a3ffef1c3dd
<vagrantcish>so it seems to depend on what your starting guix commit is...
<g_bor_>rekado: I've found out why we have a duplicate in java-picard.
<g_bor_>I've sent an e-mail, but in case you have any idea how to solve it. In the build gradle file a dependency has an exclude module. I suspect, that this is not a unique case. Do we have a method to exclude a module from an input?
<rekado>changes to the firewall require tickets and communication with IT, so that would probably take longer.
<Apteryx_>hello! I'm trying to set breakpoints for the 'guix offload test' command, on the guix-daemon side. I can't seem to break in the forked process that the daemon spawns to process the job, even when setting 'set follow-fork-mode child'. Any idea?
<Apteryx_>I've set my breakpoint on this method: b nix::LocalStore::exportPath(std::__cxx11::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char> > const&, bool, nix::Sink&)
<pkill9_>there's a comment in qt.scm that explains why they remove qtwebengine
<mbakke>The problem with qtwebengine has historically been that it uses Chromium, which comes packed full of DRM and nonfree software. However it's possible to strip all that, which I've worked on for a while.
<mbakke>I'll give qtwebengine a go next week or so, hopefully I can reuse some of the Chromium stuff.
<mbakke>Excellent, let's drop that patch for now and use that GCC8 in all packages that get the ICE :P
<rekado>bavier`: oh, I didn’t realise that. I only saw “sha1”.
<Gahrg>How can you add multiple encrypted luks partitions? I tried adding an additional entry in mapped-devices & file-systems (https://paste.debian.net/1028394/) but guix system init fails with "service 'file-system-/home' requires 'device-mapping-my-root', which is not provided by any service.