<ng0>it was a question civodul asked at the end of "[PATCH] gnu: unison: Add "doc" output." "maybe we should have..."
<ng0>about not pdf... i have the lispf4 still as work in progress. it needs to get fixed. revisiting it now, i would if not already done so move the docs to :doc as they include lots of big pdfs, scans etc
<efraim>then that shouldn't be a problem. PDFs generally take a lot of space, that and the texlive dependancy, is I think why people don't like them too much
<efraim>and they're hard to read from the terminal
<bavier>I've been offline for a while, but I'll have some time to review patches this weekend
<ng0>thanks :) i just tried and i can't do it at this moment. i'll fix one dependency which i found to be outdated.
<ng0>that's the one: Today 11:19 [23/23] Danny Milosavljev... [PATCH v4 00/16] Add missing dependencies of Spamassassin (guix-patch guix::patch:review guix::patch:review:01 g$
<ng0>i might also be that due to one of its dependencies it is not reproducible. One has to try --rounds=2 again once all the package problems are fixed
<lfam>mark_weaver: commit ae46cd0e (gnu: gd: Update to 2.2.3 [fixes CVE-2016-6207]) causes libgd to fail to build on x86_64. I'm going to revert it on master and merge the reversion into core-updates in a few minutes if I hear no objections.
<sapientech>lfam: sorry for not being clear, guix build, not by hand. thanks so much for the info, going to see if to have kivy get sdl2 from pkg-config
<lfam>When doing `guix build`, all the action happens in a chroot that Guix populates only with what you put in the package definition. Things like '/usr' won't be accessible unless the chroot can be broken