<rcm>Hi All, my "guix system reconfigure /etc/config.scm" command finished evaluating and the problems I was having earlier with locale's went away. However, before the command finished it gave the following: "guix system: error: exception caught while executing 'start' on service 'term-auto': ERROR: find-long-options: unbound variable"
<rcm>As far as I can tell, everything is working fine. Should these messages concern me?
<CompanionCube>ACTION got around to seeing if flipping the symlink would make Guix work again for non-root
<rekado_>civodul: it seems that there are still problems with the glibc graft in the context of “guix environment -l”.
<rekado_>so while there was a problem with simply not applying the graft in the first place, even after the fix “guix environment -l” produces an environment with the original ungrafted glibc’s binaries.
<rekado_>the easiest fix here is to make “guix environment” only install direct transitive inputs, not the whole package closure.
<rekado_>that would leave glibc’s binaries (like “ldd”) out of the environment.
<civodul>rekado_: ok, though i still don't get why the ungrafted libc ends up here
<civodul>you can set GUIX_LD_WRAPPER_DEBUG=yes to see what's happening
<rekado_>one annoying difference in two builds of r-minimal: “"John M. Chambers (2008)\\n``Software for Data Analysis: Programming with R''; Springer NY."” –> “"John M. Chambers (2008) ``Software for Data Analysis:\\nProgramming with R''; Springer NY."”
<g_bor>I have an issue with one of the java packages. It basically uses gradle, and the test resources are 'included', and not under the java directory structure. What would be the easiest way to solve that?