<ng0__>hi, a short addition to my email: i asked kalithea and issues tracker is on the roadmap but not being worked on atm
<ng0__>i have some further ideas i'll write when i'm on desktop again
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<nckx>brendyn on guix environment: for the same reason that running ‘bash; <up arrow>; exit’ won't show ‘bash’ as the last command. Whatever that reason is. The subshell is launched first, *then* the command is added to the history, effectively losing it. It's up to your shell, not guix.
<brendyn>I would like to make a build twice and then compare the results. Do you have any tips for that ? I ran guix build rounds=2 but only one build was made in /tmp. I'm not sure it even built twice
<kete>some maintainers and users think it's necessary to make the software work together in a system. (stability) I hate it
<brendyn>My personal goal is to build a distro that Can be installed in schools
<davexunit>brendyn: --rounds is the thing, like you've already found
<davexunit>you should be able to use diffoscope on builds that differ
<davexunit>the manual should hopefully have info about how to locate both builds
<davexunit>kete: that's the whole point of a distro, though. :)
<davexunit>we're also trying to make a whole bunch of software work together in a system
<janneke>davexunit: i'll have a stab at building android-tools
<janneke>ACTION sent a package/hack to build adb to -devel
<cbaines>I'm using Notmuch in Emacs on GuixSD, and getting some issues with font rendering as I'm seeing the unicode replacement character in the tree view, does anyone have any advice?
<paroneayea>http://bouk.co/blog/hacking-developers/ shows how to use DNS rebinding and cross-protocol scripting to use a developer's browser to take or modify their local data (basically: rebind foo.org to be 127.0.0.1, and that "runs on localhost only" unauthenticated HTTP API you have can now be snarfed)
<paroneayea>could be also interesting if you know someone is using %facebook-host-aliases :)
<mark_weaver>bavier: thanks for working on it. I myself am not willing to touch it until either I have a signed source tarball or the updated icecat script is pushed to the savannah gnuzilla repo. at this point, all we have is a huge unsigned source tarball.
<dvc>for example youtube does that work for you? (after following your steps above)