<snape>I sometimes wonder whether it's worth maintaining all those guile wrappers for GuixSD services. It's nicer, but opaque configuration files are essentially the same, we can put them in guile config files and we can do manipulations on those strings. Moreover, if mistakes are made in the guile wrappers, it breaks user configurations.
<efraim>when trying to run make on guix I'm currently getting: ERROR: In procedure display-error:
<efraim>ERROR: Wrong number of arguments to #<procedure display-error (_ _ _ _ _ _)>
<alezost>civodul: recently wigust_ added a mode (to Emacs-Guix) to make *.drv files more human readable. So I think there will be no need to add anything special; a usual (e)diff should be enough to compare drv files
<alezost>this new mode (guix-derivation-mode) will appear in the next Emacs-Guix (which I plan to release this year)
<civodul>castilma: i think it's "Survivable Key Compromise in Software Update Systems"
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<christopher74837>Hi, I installed guix on top of my Debian 9 system (I compiled guix from source). I can install packages, but if I run `guix pull' I get error:
<christopher74837>guix pull: error: Git error: cannot set certificate locations: OpenSSL is not enabled
<christopher74837>I even installed the guix provided by guix, but am still seeing that. Presumably I've got a missing flag in library I compiled, but I don't see an ssl flag in guix itself. Any suggestions?
<brendyn>christopher74837: my guixsd has the variable GIT_SSL_CAINFO=/run/current-system/profile/etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt