<ecbrown>while that's running, i need to study cmake builds. i see some examples in the kde packages. (i'm wondering if it automatically makes a "build" directory, i.e. does out of source builds)
<ng0>studid question: is the language of gtk applications like firefox and libreoffice controlled by the locale set, or do they need additional language files?
<ng0>I'm mostly working with everything in en_US, but I forgot how to change it for friends. some friends only know Libreoffice in German for example
<ecbrown>is there essentially a "boilerplate" for someone who discovers guix, goes about installing from install.sh script, and then starts installing packages, needs to modify .bashrc/.bash_profile correctly, deal with locale bitching, but also being warned to guix pull
<ecbrown>i.e. there is some very important and good information relegated to footnotes in the manual!
<ecbrown>and also still curious about correct order of guix's recommended PATH
<ecbrown>for example, i just pile all my bashrc shit in .bashrc and call that with .bash_profile. (I thought everyone did this) but the section on guix environment suggests that maybe PATH should be in .bash_profile and env variables in .bashrc
<j3kyl_>my humble vision about distro: its cool to have distro with different approaches but as for packagment its not cool at all having to learn about rpm,deb... I think guix, nix, flathub and that from ubuntu are clever solutions
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<apteryx>updating just the description of a core package won't trigger a world rebuild, right?