<lfam>rain1: If you intend to contribute the package, or do further development, you should clone our Git repo and work within that. Otherwise you can make your package as a standalone file, either with channels or a directory in $GUIX_PACKAGE_PATH
<efraim>i'm more concerned about figuring out how to merge master into core-updates, that's like 1500 commits
<efraim>although I suppose now would be a good time to have libstdc++-boot0 for aarch64 be gcc-5 and not gcc-4.9 since we don't need the intermediate step
<pkill9>i have a package that has the 'target' argument set as 'i686-linux' with glibc as an input, and I'm getting an error message: "In procedure inputs: In procedure private-lookup: No variable bound to glibc-for-target in module (gnu packages base)". I think it's because 'glibc-for-target' was removed in guix commit 2d546858b139e5fcf2cbdf9958a17fd98803ac4c
<apteryx>But now I'm hitting something truly weird; patches succeeds when I do it manually, but when I call the same command through (invoke "patch" ...) it fails on some hunk. I could recreate the issue at the REPL; it makes no sense.