<marusich>Also, without NetworkManager in GNOME3, I wonder: is it possible to configure a proxy for Epiphany to use? Epiphany's help says "You can use a proxy server for browsing the web. To use a web proxy when browsing, you need to set it up in the GNOME Network settings panel." However, when I try to open GNOME's "All Settings > Network" panel, an error pops up saying "NetworkManager needs to be running." I was hoping to configure Epiphany to use TOR
<Apteryx>Also, in section 7.5, "Package Modules", there is a note (2) which says: "Note that the file name and module name must match". I'm not sure this is really required, as the example i'm working with (udisks from freedesktop.scm) doesn't respect this?
<Apteryx>Ooh. *Module* name. Nevermind my last message ;)
<Apteryx>I do not quite understand how the #:disallowed-references argument work.
<Apteryx>I should probably dive into the sources, but since i'm no Scheme hacker (yet), I'm trying to stay at the API level for now.
<Apteryx>Also, not sure how people iteratively tests their packages efficiently, I haven't figured out how just yet. It seems that whenever I do "guix build mypackage" it doesn't use the latest changes from my package definition.
<marusich>Apteryx, you should feel free to submit a patch to guix-devel@ to fix typos etc. in the manual. They're small but still important, so anything you can do to help improve it is useful.
<Apteryx>clicking on the "Whitelist all scripts on this page". If you really need to use such problematic websites, you don't have much other choice that to whitelist its domain in LibreJS' preferences.
<ng0>I'm not sure if I should report this as a bug, so far I can just guess where the things to scroll are... but ever since I installed this new system with the usual gnome awesome, I have no navigation element in scrollbars like the sidebar in icecat
<lfam>Oh, the system generation switching patches landed! Awesome!
<lfam>And the bug fix for libreboot users. Very good :)
<ng0>i no longer have to be afraid to reconfigure :D
<Apteryx>I find it strange that when I compile my buffer, no errors are reported... but if I "eval" it, I get "undefined" errors. Geiser doesn't bring any of those to my attention in a debug buffer or such.
<Apteryx>Am I doing something wrong? (Emacs with Geiser, REPL started with C-c C-z, running Guile).
<alezost>Apteryx: you do it right but you have to use the package module before you can work with it (I mean to avoid those "undefined" things)
<Apteryx>alezost: Even if the file I'm working with is already supposed to load it? (#:use-module (guix packages))
<alezost>Apteryx: did you ",use" the file you are working with?
<alezost>oh, you compiled it with "C-c C-k", right?
<Apteryx>Hmm... Still getting the "guix build: error: my-udisks: unknown package" in my *shell* buffer. "M-x getenv RET GUIX_PYTHON_PATH" reveals "/home/maxim/guix-stuff" which is OK. (my-udisks is defined under /home/maxim/guix-stuff/my-packages/my-udisks.scm).
<civodul>i'm not sure how to use the services that are there
<Apteryx>When a package has multiple outputs (out, doc), is it normal that doing a "guix build" on that pacakges builds every output? The "doc" for the package under study (udisks) is not supposed to be part of the default output, FWIU.