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<phant0mas>good morning guix
<civodul>Hello Guix!
<atheia>Morning Guix, civodul.
<civodul>hey atheia
<civodul>i have a patch or two from you to review
<atheia>civodul: ah yes, I think just the revised dmd reload patch. But there's no rush ;-)
<civodul>ok :-)
<civodul>atheia: one thing we need to look at in dmd is to have an API for different kinds of daemon "readiness" protocols
<civodul>whether the daemon write a PID file or not, etc.
<civodul>like the "modes" in Pies:
<atheia>civodul: to know when a process is successfully up and running or for sending further communications etc. Or am I misunderstanding?
<civodul>to know when a daemon is up and running, yes
<atheia>OK, yes that sounds useful. I'd be interested in looking at that if there's no terrible rush for it?
<civodul>i think that's fairly "high priority", but we can discuss it when we get there
<atheia>OK. I'll have a ponder in the next days and jot up some notes as necessary.
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*civodul started the full build of core-updates:
<civodul>gonna merge real soon!
<bavier>I've got a patch ready for midnight commander that I'll send to guix-devel shortly
<civodul>bavier: cool
<civodul>i've used Guix from ECMAscript
<civodul>that's silly of course, but it's funny
<viric>readline 6.3, the most important update in years
<viric>lots of vi-mode fixes, that were there for looong!
<civodul>sriharsha: you know the ca-certificates doesn't exist yet, right? :-)
<phant0mas>civodul: while the source of glibc is copied to a another folder named source, after download, when I try to run autoreconf inside that fodler I get a persmision denied
<civodul>on which files?
<phant0mas>the glibc source
<phant0mas>autom4te: cannot open configure: Permission denied
<civodul>actually you don't need to run autoreconf, do you?
<civodul>because the glibc repo already has a ./configure script
<phant0mas>David Michael told my yestarday
<phant0mas>If you have
<phant0mas>the expected version of autoconf, I think it is supposed to be
<phant0mas>generated by reconfiguring the main glibc directory after you've
<phant0mas>copied libpthread into it.
<phant0mas>let me try without