<rekado>JACK2 is a reimplementation of the same idea and the only thing it offers over JACK1 is dbus autostart.
<rekado>in Guix we use JACK1 as input to all packages that need JACK. Users can choose to install JACK2 into their profiles, but I'm not sure how the dbus autostart thing would work as I have no use for it.
<rekado>We don't have qjackctl (I use jackd on the command line and patchage for managing connections).
<rekado>I'm using JACK1 regularly on a GuixSD machine together with Ardour and patchage.
<magnetophon>rekado: Thanks. Did you see the issue I linked? The problem is that jack1 programs aren't finding the libs
<davexunit>because the whole world revolves around eclipse
<fps>eclipse didn't manage to update the screen without missing regions ;)
<fps>androidstuio was nice enough to set me up a gradle based build. so my M-x compile is now: cd ~/AndroidStudioProjects/SymmediaSP1/ && JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64/ ./gradlew installDebug
<fps>davexunit: i worked with eclipse on android projects previously. sure it's nice to get symbol completion out of the box, etc..
<davexunit>I'm going to drag any lakes looking for other examples
<kmicu>Thank you for the link. I wanted to check if the source is a Nix(OS) contributor, but it is a ‘random person’ cargo–culting a programming language. Not sure whether such *anecdotes* are worth *antagonizing* communities — not only Guix/Nix but also others with a language like ‘Haskell people think…’.
<kmicu>Don’t get me wrong. I’m very thankful that we have *GNU* Guix package manager and *GNU* GuixSD distro and all of that is *lisp* flavored. I just don’t understand narrative of ‘war’, ‘X people thinks…’ rhetoric and discussions not based on facts. I have hardware with Guix *and* Nix and it’s disappointing to see antagonism if both projects have *some* common goals.
<davexunit>you've misunderstood. we're not antagonistic with the Nix project.
<davexunit>both projects share things with each other on a regular basis.
<davexunit>the Nix devs I've talked to so far are nice and supportive.
<davexunit>my "Haskell people" comment earlier was about a more meta software design philosophy topic. The Haskell methodology vs. the Lisp methodology.
<rekado>I'm fighting with a piece of software that doesn't care if you have compiled dependencies already; it wants to download them all from github and build them. Little shell snippets scattered all over the CMakeLists.txt.
<wwood>I just installed 0.9.0, and now get this error: guix package: error: build failed: some substitutes for the outputs of derivation `/gnu/store/prxvnskxpvpbkqj9x5nl01pvrlnpp22r-attr-2.4.46.drv' failed (usually happens due to networking issues); try `--fallback' to build derivation from source
<mark_weaver>AndChat404481: if you use GPT, then there needs to be a BIOS Boot Partition
<wwood>oh, actually think I might have figured my issue out. /gnu is mounted over nfs3, where on the file system serving that nfs mount it is /guix/gnu
<AndChat404481>Sorr im copy it from other source. The real problem is happened when init-ing the system. Error msg: $ grub-install: warning: Embedding is not possible. GRUB can only be installed in this setup by using blocklists. However, blocklists are UNRELIABLE and their use is discouraged..
<fhmgufs>That must be a funny internet connection!
<tsyesika>hey, I've written a package declaration and i'm wanting to test it out before i submit it, what's the best way to do that, the docs refer to "once a package definition is in place" I'm able to use guix build but it doesn't specify where it should go
<fhmgufs>Clone the git repository and place the package at gnu/packages/.