<nixd>pkill9 The splash screen image is (afaik) included in the kernel source, so you'd have to add it to the source manually and compile it again from that modified source. Might be a little too much effort for a little logo ;)
<pkill9>it's a cool logo in my opinion, so it might be worth the effort xP
<enderby>hi all, i just upgraded some packages (inc glibc-locales) and now when i run 'run-python' in emacs, i get this confusing message "This system supports the C.UTF-8 locale which is recommended. You might be able to resolve your issue by exporting the
<enderby>following environment variables:" and then at the end it says 'The exported locale is "C.UTF-8" but it
<enderby>is not supported' which is very confusing
<roptat>the issue is not with the ordering of the files in the zip file, but in INDEX.LIST
<roptat>ha, it looks like an issue in ant-build-system then
<roptat>oh, we run "jar -i" before reordering the content of the jar file
<g_bor>I also intend to modify ant-build-system later to inject a parameter into the javadoc commandline, so that it does not generate timestamps. We also have a bug for that. It's #30927. This is only part of the problem, javadoc also has a sophisticated ordering problem.
<g_bor>I have this wip-java8 branch. Now I'm trying to force push to it, but remote rejects it as not fast-forward.
<demotri>snape: Well, it's frustrating. I "just" want to package something, and want to be able to fix these problems myself. On the other hand you are right: There are so many nice and good people here. If you describe the problem precisely enough, usually someone will fix it quite quickly :-)
<g_bor>as far as I know, I should be able to that on wip- branches.
<snape>demotri: you just need to know the basics of Scheme to be able to package stuff. And you often need to look at how other packages do.
<snape>for example, if you need to check is a file is a directory, you better grep "is-directory" in Guix rather that trying to implement it by yourself.
<g_bor>snape: Thanks for having a look at the Cuirass web interface project. We really appreciate your help and insights there.
<jonsger>snape: thats the best thing. greping for a solution :P
<snape>g_bor: you're welcome :-) I'm actually doing the review, but it takes more time than I expected, of course (it happens with everything that is CS related)
<demotri>snape: Basically yes. The Scheme/Guix part is not the problem. I often ran in library problems, something with Qt, Python or Ruby.
<snape>demotri: then you're best bet is to ask for help :-)
<demotri>snape: Yes, that's what I'm doing and people are really nice here :-)
<sdb>In my output from efraims command all installed packages appear even if only a couple is actually updated. Is this a bug?
<civodul>g_bor: i haven't followed the wip-java8 story, but if you're confident i think we should go ahead
<g_bor>civodul: What I have done to check this, is that I've rebuild on wip-java8 the packages reported by guix refresh -l icedtea. All that builds on master also builds on wip-java8. Only dropseq-tools fail, and pigx as a rdep, but it does not build on current master either.
<ecbrown>i'm sure this is in the manual somewhere, or somehow composable, but would it be a trivial matter to have "just a bunch of worker nodes" that present different environments with something like "ssh remotehost1 guix environment ....."
<ecbrown>one of my interests in guix is that there's a battle to configure our workers a certain way, and i'm wondering why not leave them fairly generic and use something like guix
<ecbrown>ACTION wonders if its a rather silly question
<lfam>buenouanq: What do you mean by "404 on my sites"?
<lfam>mbakke: What is the status of the staging branch? Would it be acceptable to update cython there? Cython could be updated on master but the build process takes so long that I think it would be friendlier to do it on a separate branch
<sneek>alezost, civodul says: re application/json, sure that'd be nice; i don't expect Cuirass to remain compatible with Hydra forever, longer-term we may want to be free to add anything we deem appropriate
<alezost>qwertasd: I have not tested your config, but you need (srfi srfi-1) module for 'remove'