<Apteryx>Something I don't understand though. After I created my profile using 'guix package -p .guix-profile -i python@2' and sourcing it with '.guix-profile/etc/profile', I would expect 'guix package -I' to show me only python@2. Instead I see all the packages of my user profile.
<bavier>Apteryx: you'll need to provide the -p <profile> argument to any subsequent commands that you want to operate on that profile
<Apteryx>Oh, but it works. It's not integrated in the sense that 'guix package -I' will show what's in my currently 'sourced' profile (that'd be nice I guess), but the PATH and other envars are set so that what's installed in my profile with 'guix package -p somepath/.guix-profile something' is available...
<Apteryx>bavier: OK! It would be nice to have a sticky version of -p!
<Apteryx>So that you can feel 'immersed' in the current profile, the way virtualenv does it for Python.
<bavier>Apteryx: possibly. A bit like how git works I guess?
<rekado>roelj: I first tried to transfer asset ownership to Guix or the FSF, but that turned out to be a dead-end. Then I just decided to use the servers. I only had to get IT to give me an outside IP.
<rekado>roelj: being a sysadmin helps, but I sometimes wished I could just have someone else do all this work :)
<roelj>rekado: Yeah, I think it's a great advertisement for MDC Berlin as well.
<roelj>jonsger: Yes, actually, it's deployment is limited to our internal network (you have to login). And yes, I blacklisted games which better suits our internal use. (Of course, it's easy to remove that filter.. ;))
<jonsger>roelj: I thought that play browser games (like Clash of Clans...) at work. I never hear about supertuxkart :P
<wigust>jonsger: There are big good games there, not supertuxkart like only :-)
<jonsger>wigust: yeah, but playing those games at work?
<freecap77>Hi, I try “guix environment --ad-hoc guix guile-git --pure -- guix pull” and works! (thanks to wigust). But "guix pull" command still not working, it's say "guile-git" not have installed and need it to work. Anyone with this error?
<lfam>freecap77: It's expected. You need guile-git available to run `guix pull`. You can either install the guile-git package or continue to use `guix environment`.
<cbaines>lfam, great, I'll merge that shortly then :)
<jackhill>lfam: actually, I just did the same thing again (guix pull; guix pull) and this time the second derivation was the same as the first, so it didn't build again. I'm happy now as I think it's because some of the inputs changed. Do you think it is still worth it to write to guix-help (I'm inclined to say no)