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<rekado>it’s a new channel with almost all Bioconductor packages
<rekado>civodul: could you please add a jobspec for guix-bioc to It’s <2000 new R packages.
<rekado>the channel lives at and depends on guix-cran.
<civodul>rekado: sure!
<civodul>coming soon:
<civodul>great that you managed to come up with this channel!
<civodul>no need for BioConda or Biowhatever now :-)
<civodul>rekado: it’d be great if you could add it at (in two places) for knows about it
<civodul>it’s broken:
<rekado>weird because we’re using “guix pull” to check that it’s fine
<rekado>not sure what the error means, but the package in question has this list of inputs: (inputs (list python-scikit-learn python packaging))
<rekado>and “packaging” looks wrong
<rekado>that should be python-packaging
<rekado>I’ll update the importer
<rekado>but I wonder why this wasn’t removed as a bad input
<rekado>will fix it later tonight
<rekado>civodul: thanks for adding it
<rekado>once it’s fixed I’ll add it to bayfront.scm
<civodul>rekado: it’s building! \o/
<rekado>I’m not confident that it will remain in a buildable status. I think there still is a bug in the channel generator script.
<rekado>I’ll try to get around to it soon
<civodul>pretty nice anyway
<civodul>we should claim and have a ‘guix pack’ web frontend
<rekado>status: REG REQUESTED
<rekado>it’s a good idea
<civodul>ACTION looks at with envy
<rekado>I’m trying to fix python2-scipy in guix-past
<rekado>this is the error: ImportError: /gnu/store/w2xy0r1gbccb8xlma40xznbhakc63wh0-python2-scipy-1.2.3/lib/python2.7/site-packages/scipy/special/ undefined symbol: expl, version GLIBCXX_3.4
<rekado>this library is linked with libm and libm contains expl. Is it about the symbol version?
<rekado>“nm -gD /gnu/store/qzqq7za0mqvxgp7q8jmzd97c22xbqd18-gcc-7.5.0-lib/lib/ | grep expl” says that we have “00000000000ae820 T expl@@GLIBCXX_3.4”
<rekado>and is in fact linked with that
<rekado>any ideas?
<rekado>(we only get this error when manually importing; the build log only claims that it “cannot import name _ufuncs”)
<civodul>could it be a mismatch with the default gcc (11.x)?
<rekado>good idea!