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Re: Error messages and progress report

From: Andreas Enge
Subject: Re: Error messages and progress report
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2012 13:22:35 +0100
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I am getting there! Everything compiled, and there is now a hello package.

Or rather, lots of them. /nix/store contains

1 hello-2.8.tar.gz

3 hello-2.8.tar.gz.drv

3 hello-2.8.tar.gz-guile-builder

2 hello-2.8

2 hello-2.8.drv

2 hello-2.8-guile-builder

Altogether 13 files or directories, with different hashes prepended.

Unfortunately, all files have the date "Jan 1 1970". It would be nice to

use the real date of modification instead.



The command

guix-package -i hello

still produces an error, probably related to making the symlinks

in my own environment:



In ice-9/boot-9.scm:

149: 12 [catch #t #<catch-closure 1e035c0> ...]

157: 11 [#<procedure 1da10f0 ()>]

In unknown file:

?: 10 [catch-closure]

In ice-9/boot-9.scm:

63: 9 [call-with-prompt prompt0 ...]

In ice-9/eval.scm:

407: 8 [eval # #]

In unknown file:

?: 7 [call-with-input-string "(apply (module-ref (resolve-interface '(guix-package)) 'guix-package) (cdr (command-line)))" ...]

In ice-9/command-line.scm:

174: 6 [#<procedure 1e172c0 at ice-9/command-line.scm:169:3 (port)> #<input: string 1bd0340>]

In unknown file:

?: 5 [eval (apply (module-ref # #) (cdr #)) #<directory (guile-user) 1e08d80>]

In ice-9/boot-9.scm:

149: 4 [catch srfi-34 #<procedure 2365c40 at guix/ui.scm:61:2 ()> ...]

157: 3 [#<procedure 2364d70 ()>]

In /usr/local/bin/guix-package:

438: 2 [#<procedure 233d3f0 at /usr/local/bin/guix-package:430:4 ()>]

379: 1 [process-actions (# #)]

In unknown file:

?: 0 [symlink "/nix/store/1n6bpxkjq2w1m8nlyc6c6bpf0y8rspi0-user-environment" ...]


ERROR: In procedure symlink:

ERROR: In procedure symlink: No such file or directory



The directory


exists, and its subdirectory "bin" contains a link "hello" to



So far, there is no ".guix-profile" in my home directory; but

creating it does not change the error message.


Do I need to do anything special? If yes, it would be good to add a

section "installation" to the manual. I suppose I also need to add a line

to my .bashrc to modify $PATH ?




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