<fis>This will render the repository not exists error. (I checked, the path is correct, which I copied from `pwd`)
<str1ngs>I'm not sure if git-fetch handles local paths. since IIRC its using libgit2 so it's not like it calling git directly
<fis>So, if I want to maintain some customized tools and libraries with guix, how do I do that? Do I have to make a tar-ball every time I make some change to the local branch? Or is there a more convenient way to integrate guix with usual development procedure?
<str1ngs>fis: you could just use a local path, and manually checkout the git repository
<davexunit>shiranaihito: I don't think anyone has started a port for that
<lfam>amz3: core-updates is not what you'd consider an "unstable" branch like Debian's
<lfam>It's just a place we dump patches for low-level updates for a few months. Later, we fix things and make it work before merging it into the master branch
<davexunit>guix needs some maturing before we could commit to a stable release series
<lfam>shiranaihito: I think the answer to your questions about stable branches and new architectures is basically "if somebody wants to do it"
<lfam>The bugginess of some part of the system is inversely proportional to how many people are using it, I'd expect. So, the postgres service probably needs someone to really exercise and work out the bugs