<nckx>joshuaBPMan: That is, my friend, a very good question to which I shall never know the answer. Made guix unable to find libgcrypt despite all the right vars in all the right places is the short of it.
<nckx>Then again the factory OpenSUSE installation borks itself *immediately* so it's still 1-0 for Guix.
<nckx>(If so I'm afraid I can't much help you due to lack of experience points against that particular foe.)
<ATuin>well at least i know where to attack the problem :D
<ATuin>it's not very annoying for the problem so i will keep learning how the system works
<nckx>The warnings are ugly (and should eventually be fixed) but not harmful in any way.
<ATuin>one more question, i have created a couple of emacs-packages editing the source files directly under git. To work on it i create an environment using the the cli "guix environment guix --ad-hoc guile-readline guile nss-certs". Now i want to achieve the same using a file. What's the suggested approach: using -f (file) or -m (manifest)
<ATuin>i guess i will need to specify the native-inputs for guix manually if i use one of those options
<nckx>ATuin: I'm not sure what exactly you mean. ‘guix environment guix …’ is needed to bootstrap, configure, and make guix, but after that it should just run with ‘./pre-inst-env guix’. Did that not work for you?