<rain1>is there maybe a different way than guix environment?
<ecbrown>according to the manual: guix build --quiet --keep-going `guix package -A | cut -f1,2 --output-delimiter=@` should build all packages and keep going if failure. however it just stopped on wxmaxima
<ecbrown>i wonder if it has something to do with offload. i will try local execution
<ecbrown>Does Guix have an info page that appears in emacs? I seem to remember browsing it there before, now i don't see it.
<ecbrown>I did install emacs-guix and it shows up there
<ng0>Hi all. Anyone interested to get Audacious into Guix? I have it all packaged, but I need someone with enough time to implement a guix-compatible plugins location (and/or convince upstream to do this).
<ng0>at most it'll require a snippet of C code wrt the "plugin_dir"
<ng0>I'll have more time to look at alternative solutions next month, but if anyone is interested, send me an email
<ng0>unless someone can run audacious without the core plugins.
<civodul>oh but i would think it can at least find its own plugins, no?
<ng0>There's another thing. Guix seems to be very active at weeding out gtk2, right? I've build the upstream supported gtk2 version, not the gui-less version. I plan to do that as well (gui-less), and to package the Qt version. Experimental gtk3 support continues to exists in other OS, but it is experimental. upstream stopped supporting gtk3.
<ng0>the core application and the plugins are 2 different distributions. the core application sets a plugin_dir (which is the $out/lib/audacious of the $out of audacious) and does not easily read other locations. So far I've spent maybe 30 minutes packaging+ package debugging on this, as I need to write a couple of pages for university the next days.
<ng0>"GTK+ 3.x support is also gone for real in this release. A -gtk3 branch still exists in GitHub, but it's not regularly updated. We barely have the resources to maintain support for two different toolkits, let alone three. Use Qt 5 if GTK+ 2.x is too "outdated" (i.e. reliable) for your liking."
<ng0>If you'd prefer qt5, then I'll send qt5 once I have this packaged in my repo..
<ng0>OT: I wonder who translated the free-sw.html article on gnu.org "Die Freiheit, das Programm zu redistribuieren und damit Mitmenschen zu helfen (Freiheit 2)." redistribuieren is so uncommonly used that it almost reads wrong.
<Gamayun>ng0: Yeah... What would you put, just out of interest?
<ng0>"Die Freiheit, das Programm [umzuverteilen / weiter zu verbreiten] und damit Mitmenschen zu helfen (Freiheit 2)." grammar mistakes not included.
<jonsger>problem for me with mails, is that my provider doesn't have proper filtering, at least in the free version (web.de)
<kmicu>I can use adaptive scoring in Gnus to hide some non-intresting threads on guix-* MLs, but what about other MUAs… recommeding a mail scoring system for newcomers to discuss guix comfortably is no-go.
<jonsger>civodul: is there a preview of this interface?
<Gamayun>I do love gnus. It would be nice though to be able to recommend an easy-shiny client that did the same thing...
<amz3>rekado: you know CSS files are not the modern way to do styles in html, people recommend inline styles instead.
<ng0>some of the problems wiht email also happen outside of email clients, as a social problem. cross-posting while more than one of the targeted lists are on the same server with the same subscribed address for example.
<vagrantc>although "git verify-commit" doesn't appear to have a way to pass arguments such as --no-default-keyring --keyring ... so you have to set GNUPGHOME= and point it at a directory with the keys imported
<lfam>`git verify-commit` also doesn't distinguish between bad signatures and good signatures made with expired keys :/
<lfam>It's sort of a half-done as far as "code signing" goes
<novaskell>I'm asking as the previous attempt at updating to Idris 1.2.0 ended with following constraints placed by haskell.scm (specifically what woule be binary-0.8.3.0 where Idris requires binary-0.8.4.1 which forces a GHC update or ignoring the GHC bundled version)
<rekado>novaskell: I have an update for GHC 8.4.3 in the works.