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<ruffni>does anyone here use emacs and geiser and define load-paths in a .dir-locals.el? my config looks like this: but the geiser repl won't add the load path.
<Aurora_v_kosmose>ruffni: I suspect the "~/" is the problem.
<Aurora_v_kosmose>ruffni: Not every package uses `expand-file-name"
<ruffni>doubt. if i s/geiser-repl-mode/nil/ the path is loaded in the .scm files in that directory, but it isn't set in the Guile REPL buffer...
<Aurora_v_kosmose>Huh, maybe attaching it to just "geiser-mode" might work better?
<Aurora_v_kosmose>How puzzling.
<ruffni>pretty sure the Guile REPL mode doesn't inherit the current-directory portion from where it's called
<Aurora_v_kosmose>ruffni: From within the REPL buffer, can you describe-variable and check if it has the value you want?
<ruffni>yes i can
<ruffni>and it doesn't
<Aurora_v_kosmose>Hm, I wonder if perhaps the directory-local variables aren
<Aurora_v_kosmose>*aren't registering for some reason.
<ruffni>but when i manually `M-x geiser-add-to-load-path' it works just fine
<ruffni>they are with the .scm files in that directory
<marusich>Is changing the geiser-guile-load-path at runtime supported...? I tried it and it didn't seem to alter the place it was using.
<marusich>I did try closing the Geiser repl and starting it again, but I didn't restart Emacs.
<Aurora_v_kosmose>I don't think restarting Emacs would be necessary.
<Aurora_v_kosmose>Restarting the REPL itself I'd think would be.
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<ruffni>ich: setting geiser-guile-load-path doesn't change a thing (at
<ruffni>marusich: run-time), but M-x geiser-add-to-load-path actually works at run-time
<spk121>wingo: good morning. rob and I have chatted a bit on guile-devel about adding mkdtemp! for temp directory creation. I'm going to clean and push his patch if there's no objection
<wingo>spk121: great!
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<ATuin>has guile-gcrypt library support to decrypt RSA data?
<dsmith-work>UGT Greetings, Guilers
<leoprikler>ATuin: it seems to have sign and verify, but I don't see a decrypt
<ATuin>leoprikler: yeah, i saw the same
<ATuin>I will try to use it at least to get a sexp expression for the key
<ATuin>and then just ffi the decrypt function