<garlox[m]>Hi guix. Developing a guix package for the first time using the "./pre-inst-env" approach, I notice it first bootstraps the whole compiler toolchain through compiling. That means it takes many hours until I have a working development environment. Is there are way around this? E.g. using the packages I already have on my system guix?
<garlox[m]>Ah, solved it myself. The hydra mirror must be manually authorized for the guix development checkout:
<efraim>my original patch from february said "if statements are hard, fix this"
<lfam>efraim, rekado: I noticed that issue with the guile-git source previously, but the guile-git developer told me that he could not set up the redirection for some reason. I didn't push for a reason but maybe we should
<adfeno>So, one cannot use "ifdef [somestuff] [begin of line][some other stuff][begin of line][tab]ifdef [more stuff] ... and so on... because the second ifdef is an unknown command.
<efraim>i worked on make-u-boot-package, soon it shouldn't cross-compile if its the same architecture
<lfam>If I prepare patches to upgrade the whole texlive system to 20170520, can you test that biber-2.7 works with it, rekado_?
<efraim>my libgo patch doesn't work on aarch64, but I think i traced the issue back to CGO, so I'm going to need to make it into a real patch and send it off to the list for testing on an x86_64 machine