<afdds>civodul: My understanding is that a derivation either has 'derivation-input's or is a fixed-output derivation, is it correct?
<taylanub>I first ./configure'd with --prefix=$HOME/usr, then realized it's proper to install it as root, reconfigured, re-ran make and installed in /usr/local, but the daemon keeps creating $HOME/usr/var, where can I change this while avoiding a full recompilation ?
<civodul>afdds: not quite: fixed output derivations also have inputs
<civodul>it just turns out that their output is known in advance
<taylanub>Is there a reason LOCALSTATEDIR/profiles/per-user/USER isn't created automatically, or am I doing something wrong ? A user also can't create it themselves because LOCALSTATEDIR is owned by root.
<phant0mas>taylanub: you can just create the folder per-user/USER and make the user owner of that USER fodler
<taylanub>phant0mas: sure, but I see no reason this wouldn't be done automatically.
<afdds>civodul: I want to get (1 (2 3) (4 (5 6)) 7). This http://slexy.org/raw/s21bNJ7YBK doesn't work because the state is not shared between the 'foo' calls (see the first occurrence of lst: () in the output). Is there a workaround?
<civodul>hmm, i don't wanna look in detail right now
<civodul>i think you should avoid call/cc, except for playful purposes :-)