<sneek>efraim, antipode says: IIRC, instead of building a Rust cross-compiler, I ‘merely’ used the native Russ cross-compiler and passed it the equivalent of --target=.... (OTOH, I only started doing it, I didn't get to the point where I build an actual application).
<sneek>efraim, antipode says: those "[target.STUFF] STUFF" look familiar, though.
<sneek>efraim, podiki says: are there some build jobs that need to be (re)started for mesa-updates? Last I saw on QA coverage looked stalled (but I can't load the page today so...)
<efraim>podiki: I've restarted some of the builds on berlin
<ieure>Anyone have tips for debugging package builds? I'm hacking on a package for my default web browser (Librewolf), it's building fine, but the install steps need tweaking. Which means I have to rebuild it, wait 45m, then go poke at the kept build to see what went wrong. Is there a faster way to do this?
<ieure>Ideally, I'd be able to run the exact build steps in the recipe interactively and pause to inspect the inputs/outputs.
<ieure>If I understand, that's difficult, because the build runs as a process of the daemon, which users don't have direct access to.
<tribals>I'm trying to help some completely-windows guy to learn the Way, so he decided to try it out in VM. Unfortunately, he has only windows-y VM manager (called hyper-v >_<). So the only way he currently can proceed is to create a hyper-v VM and install Guix in it using installation ISO. The problem that such an ISO doesn't start in such a VM out of the box
<tribals>I'm guessing I'v found some modules that needs to be present in ISO initrd, but - how to add them? Can I myself produce identical ISO but with modules added?
<tribals>There is another way: I can produce not an installation ISO, but "just" image of a system, then boot VM from it. There is problem, too. He can't explain what is the virtual hardware emulated by hyper-v, and I can only gather that information when I actually boot working system. Neither of those can be done for now.
<tribals>(Meaning that he can't explain, so he can only proceed with "installation ISO" approach)