<civodul>maybe it just needs to be added to $CPATH?
<civodul>do you know which commit caused the regression?
<rekado_>civodul: I don't know which commit is responsible.
<rekado_>I just saw that it's broken after fixing the gcj build.
<rekado_>icedtea6 builds when I add the path to the include dir to CPATH.
<thomassgn>Hi. trying to setup guix here. I have used the sample config with minor changes (hostname, timezone, fs device and label, username and comment). Running 'guix system -c5 -M10 --fallback init /mnt/etc/config.scm /mnt' I get 2 failures in 'Testsuite summary for GNU Guix 0.8.1'. I also cannot find (via locate after updatedb) the log file, probably because of "Makefile:3392: recipe for target 'test-suite.log'
<thomassgn>davexunit: hoy, sorry. I am used to running gentoo where I build all my software from scratch :P Will try running with -k build: 'guix build -c5 -M10 guix'.
<thomassgn>hum, so the build failed with the same errors, and I can still not find anything in /tmp or via locate. I think the '--fallback' flag just means 'compile from sources if missing packages from hydra', at least that is what I gathered from the documentation. I see plenty of stuff being downloaded from hydra something
<thomassgn>looks like there was a package that is corrupt, running the guix build with '--no-substitues' so it'll build all the failing ones from source (the good ones have already been finished it seems)
<civodul>thomassgn: oh, downloading the substitute failed saying the thing is corrupt?
<rekado_>the patch I just sent to the ML fixes icedtea6 and icedtea7 for me.
<thomassgn>civodul: from the test-suite.log I get something like ';;; (c #<condition &nix-protocol-error [message: "signed hash doesn't match actual contents of imported archive; archive could be corrupt, or someone is trying to import a trojan horse" status 1] 1c43390>)" Ironically this is for the derivation '...-corrupt-substitute.drv'.
<thomassgn>the 2 tests that fail are tests/nar.scm and tests/store.scm
<davexunit>paroneayea: I saw in an email that you removed the check phase from your guile-emacs build. instead of removing the phase, just add '#:tests? #f' to 'arguments'
<rekado_>I have a patch to remove non-free functions from shogun, but I want to wait until I can be sure it's actually still compiling before I send it to the ML.