<marusich>Apteryx, yes, the full path is "just" another store path.
<marusich>Specifically, the "out" output, I think, gets used in the calculation of the output's store path.
<marusich>Therefore, if you have three outputs - "out", "debug", and "doc", for example - you would get three different store paths, I think.
<marusich>In the case of outputs that are not "out", I believe we also add the output name to the path. For example, the "doc" output of "gnucash" on my system lives at /gnu/store/b7121fqqsglgf5wkhay3imf9ak076k6y-gnucash-2.6.18-doc.
<marusich>And that's different from the normal "out" output path, which lives at /gnu/store/3fydrrhmwj9zhmis95rd6snd4l8958ra-gnucash-2.6.18 and has a different hash.
<Apteryx>can't I use (define* with #:allow-other-keys but without defining any keyworded arg?
<Apteryx>guix environment: error: build failed: some substitutes for the outputs of derivation `/gnu/store/kcsa9msjkv2c3i07h7cc58b0m4dj610r-tiff-4.0.8.tar.xz.drv' failed (usually happens due to networking issues); try `--fallback' to build derivation from source
<ngz>pkill9: OK, I'm going to try this (I'm in a middle of a guix pull at the moment). However, is this environment variable new? I re-installed my system (including Guix) recently but didn't have this set before.
<pkill9>is there a virtual machine available to download in .vdi format? (virtualbox)
<davidl>wigust: libxft.so.2 etc exist in /run/current-system/profile/lib as symlinks.
<wigust>davidl: I'm not sure, but I think “gcc-toolchain” installed in your user profile doesn't like system profile libraries. If you will install “libxft”, it will hint about exporting “LIBRARY_PATH”.
<davidl>wigust: I was able to run a default xmonad-profile before I installed gcc-toolchain.
<wigust>davidl: Because the default was compiled during xmonad build, wasn't he?