<ng0>remote: Can't locate Data/Dumper.pm in @INC (you may need to install the Data::Dumper module) (@INC contains: /gnu/store/v3k3dmkdaz3giap6ir06dj12sid42086-gitolite-3.6.6/share/gitolite/lib /home/git/.guix-profile/lib/perl5/site_perl /etc/perl /usr/local/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/perl/5.24.1 /usr/local/share/perl/5.24.1 /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/perl5/5.24 /usr/share/perl5 /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/perl/5.24
<ng0>/usr/share/perl/5.24 /usr/local/lib/site_perl /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/perl-base .) at /gnu/store/v3k3dmkdaz3giap6ir06dj12sid42086-gitolite-3.6.6/share/gitolite/lib/Gitolite/Common.pm line 65.
<ng0>I don't think my gitolite should install perl + perl-data-dumper-concise and still fail this
<ng0>you have a public exported variable (package) named "linux-libre", but also "linux-libre-4.14", and you can install (don't install linux-libre this way.. bad example) the 4.14 by using firstname.lastname@example.org
<ng0>you are free to name those variants whatever.. you can only interact with 1 version in 1 definition
<pch>ok, but i still wish to delete old variants of certain packages from store somehow (in an automated manner)
<pkill9>how do i add all the tools that gnubuild-system imports, to `guix environment`?
<pch>civodul: trying to put it another way, which command should i use to just keep the last version of all the installed packages i.e. as soon as i install a new version, i am able to remove the previous version
<ng0>pretty cool, I thought I have to do it manually
<g_bor>mbakke: I don't know about a ready made one, but you can try choosing a decompressing cat based on extension, if that suits your use case.
<pkill9>so i'm guessing there's no completely open-source system-on-a-chip, and this is the first one that's completley open?
<vagrantc>pkill9: that's the part to be excited about ... although there may be some components not so open
<vagrantc>and maybe actually fast enough to be useful
<pkill9>aren't most boards also almost completely open, e.g. raspberry pi is open except the bootloader/boot firmware (don't know much low level stuff), so when you say 'not so open', how open do you mean?
<vagrantc>pkill9: the raspberry pi isn't open at all
<ng0>I take pull requests and patches.. requests, yes.. I have some delay for packaging though
<ng0>right now I'm still restoring my server.. it's not primarily on github
<pkill9>i'm not sure if what i want is possible, but what i want is a package definition just for Qtwebengine, so it doesn't take a day to build. I thougth since Qtwebkit is a separate package, qtwebengine can be as well
<ng0>unless someone gives me a tl;dr about it I'm not diving into the chromium inside qtwebengine and kde is bad for doing it discussion again.. for Guix. outside of Guix as my personal projects I do lots of things.
<jackhill>indeed. And continues to work. I'm optimistic that it will.
<snape>I wonder what is the best, as a certbot interface for multiple domain certificates: space separated strings (wouldn't change the interface), or list of strings (would change the interface). I tend to prefer the second, but users will have to change their config.