<civodul>yes, i don't think we have such a toolchain yet
<zimoun>From Collins dictionary, «eventually means in the end, especially after a lot of delays, problems, or arguments». So, that’s a good use, no? It is not something that «might happen» possibly but make-gcc-toolchain is something I have to use, at the end; from my understanding about “how to build a toolchain”, no?
<civodul>could be, i thought you meant "éventuellement"
<zimoun>Thanks for correcting. It helps me to improve. :-)
<zimoun>rekado_: I am a bit lost with GCC. gcc-4.7 use gnu-build-system so after the core-update merge, then it uses the recent C toolchain (gcc@10 and firstname.lastname@example.org) and it would use a previous toolchain (from commencement I guess)
<zimoun>civodul: is it possible to build say gcc-4.7 using gcc-toolchain@7 at the CLI level? I fail to find the way…
<civodul>it should be "guix build email@example.com --firstname.lastname@example.org=gcc-toolchain@7", but i didn't try
<zimoun>hehe! Nope! 1/ email@example.com is hidden and 2/ firstname.lastname@example.org=gcc-toolchain@7 raises the error «ERROR: In procedure string-append:»
<rekado_>crap, r-torch needs pytorch 1.9.0. I just finished building 1.10.2…
<rekado_>oh well, the upgrade built fine so I’ll push that and add a variant for r-torch.