<reepca>also, is there an easy way to search through the logs for this channel? I know I was troubleshooting something similar to this awhile ago when I was setting up pinyin input on my laptop, but don't remember exactly when it was
<lsl88>hi! I'm trying to download and install GuixSD, but when I run ftp://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/guix/guixsd-install-0.15.0.x86_64-linux.iso.xz i get: bash: ftp://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/guix/guixsd-install-0.15.0.x86_64-linux.iso.xz: No such file or directory
<thorwil>apparently it's not part of git itself ... which packages does provide it for guix=
<thorwil>no hits with `guix package -s git-send` or guix package -s `git-email`
<mbakke>thorwil: The send-email functionality is in a separate output: try guix package -i git:send-email.
<thorwil>mbakke: thanks! i wonder how i managed to not find any mention of that fact
<mbakke>It would be good if guix package --search somehow matched outputs. So bind-utils would match bind:utils, and git-send would match git:send-email.
<vagrantc>i'm seeing really weird behavior with icecat ... like not rendering part's of dotted numbers like chapters of the guix manual (or arbitrary other content on the internet) ... e.g. chapter 6.2.1 will only display .2.1, 5.8.7 will only display .8.7, etc.
<vagrantc>listing a table of contents is remarkably confusing :)
<apteryx>how do I know if a compiled C program dependency needs to be added as an native-input, or simply an input? How do I know if a library is used dynamically versus statically (such as header files vs .so objects).