<efraim>using offlineimap as my graph visualization, offlineimap -> python2, python2->sqlite&tk&tcl, tk->tcl
<efraim>and I've built to offlineimap, so that's doable
<efraim>tcl doesn't have configure flags to replace the bundled stuff, but a README with the bundled programs says they can just be all taken out and it'll build without them, so I'll try just ripping them out first to see what breaks
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<rekado>d4n1: it's defined in the module "(gnu packages glib)" in the file "glib.scm".
<rekado>so you would need to add this module to the list of modules loaded at the top of your config.
<d4n1>Rekado: Thank you! I add "(use-package-modules glib ... )" in top of my config.scm and add dbus to "(packages (cons* dbus ...))" and it's work now! I try again reconfigure my system now and report here. Thank so much.
<civodul>d4n1: dbus is already part of %desktop-services
<civodul>i don't think you need to add it to 'packages'
<jlicht>mark_weaver: thank you for your help the other day, I found out the reason I had issues compiling guix from the git repo was an issue with my ~/.cache folder. After clearing that, everything worked like it should :)
<jlicht>As you are probably already aware, spacemacs contains 1) a nice way of organizing packages and cross-package integrations, as well as some very nice defaults for a vim-refugee: http://spacemacs.org/
<jlicht>it's an emacs configuration that is centered around mnemonic and/or vim-like operation
<alezost>sneek: later tell civodul `guix-keyword-args-let' macro is placed in "guix-utils.el". My guess is: somehow you load an old version of "guix-utils.el" which does not contain this macro. Perhaps you load some guix.el code (e.g., `global-guix-prettify-mode') before augmenting `load-path' with "~/src/guix/emacs/"
<bavier>rekado: glancing over the pfff paper, I'm not sure the authors claim that pfff is useful for general-purpose file hashing
<rekado>that's what I get for trying to clean up a subpar patch :-/ Do you propose moving it to the bioinfo module after all? (I didn't look at the paper; I trusted the description to be accurate).
<bavier>they say it "applies to any data with high variability. This includes, in particular, data that contains noisy measurements, such as scientific data in astronomy or particle physics, as well as sound and video files."
<bavier>so perhaps textutils.scm is fine, with some additional usage clarifications in the description.
<sneek>civodul, alezost says: `guix-keyword-args-let' macro is placed in "guix-utils.el". My guess is: somehow you load an old version of "guix-utils.el" which does not contain this macro. Perhaps you load some guix.el code (e.g., `global-guix-prettify-mode') before augmenting `load-path' with "~/src/guix/emacs/"
<civodul>alezost: indeed, that's what i did; i figured that out later
<davexunit>civodul: I will probably be using that quote you pulled in my presentation