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Re: Building more of ‘core-updates’ on ci.guix

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: Re: Building more of ‘core-updates’ on ci.guix
Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2023 15:32:07 +0100
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Andreas Enge <> skribis:

> Would it be okay to add the following packages to etc/release-manifests.scm:
> openjdk
> unison (exercises ocaml)
> ghc-pandoc (exercises ghc)
> calibre (exercises Qt5 and python-pyqt)

I would maybe not add them to ‘etc/release-manifest.scm’ because that
goes beyond the original goal of that manifest, which is to ensure that
essential substitutes are available (see “make

Now, maybe we’ve reached the point where we can get ci.guix to build all
of ‘core-updates’?

> icecat is supposed to be added as soon as rust is available on i686,
> but I suppose we could add it conditionally only on x86_64, no?
> Actually there is already a filter step in %system-manifest.
> The same holds for ungoogled-chromium. It should be enough to just
> add them.

Yes, it looks like we can safely uncomment icecat in ‘%system-packages’.


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