<paroneayea>there was a minor adjustment to the kobodeluxe package (a minor patch removed from the definition), and I didn't test running make (I *did* do a "guix environment --ad-hoc kobodeluxe" which didn't catch it)
<paroneayea>so it was still in the automake files and I didn't catch that this needed to be removed.
<paroneayea>oh well, it was only broken for... less than an hour ;)
<lfam>I'm getting sucked back into the python-updates thing. I'm hoping to update pytest and still build everything that depends on it. The borg test suite depends on a feature introduced in pytest 2.8.0 when built on core-updates. But not on master, for some reason.
<lfam>We only just started running that test suite, so it's not a huge problem if we have to disable it again. But there is at least one other package that wants a newer pytest
<Apteryx>Petter: Oh. There is an explanation of the EmacsWiki: Traditionally, Unix uses the ^H keystroke to send a backspace from or to a terminal. Emacs, not coming from a Unix background (see CategoryHistory), does not respect this tradition.Traditionally, Unix uses the ^H keystroke to send a backspace from or to a terminal. Emacs, not coming from a Unix background (see CategoryHistory), does not respect this tradi
<efraim>my hikey96 is still boxed since I think I need to flash it specially
<efraim>everything has worked easily out of the box with debian
<efraim>and I was looking at using it as a cheap, slow desktop replacement (beacuse I can), and so far it seems like it should be okay
<efraim>unfortunately I think they all are using kernels with a bunch of custom patches, but a bunch of the people with teh boards are writing patches for the kernel so the odroid looks like it might be mainstreamed eventually
<efraim>the price is nice too, ~$40 for the odroid, ~$50 for the pine64, ~$100 for the hikey board
<efraim>I limited my search to boards with HDMI support, can boot from SD card, and had 2GB of ram
<lfam>The kernel issue is annoying. They all advertise "runs Linux" when they really mean "runs our 5 year old fork of Linux"
<lfam>And then they rely on volunteers to get their hardware supported in Linux itself
<efraim>or "we got it working with android and I guess you can use the same kernel to run gnu/linux also"