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[bug#56057] [gnu: Add dua-cli. 23/27] gnu: Add rust-clap-derive-3.

From: Maxime Devos
Subject: [bug#56057] [gnu: Add dua-cli. 23/27] gnu: Add rust-clap-derive-3.
Date: Sat, 18 Jun 2022 22:17:42 +0200
User-agent: Evolution 3.38.3-1

A patch has already been written for rust-clap-derive-3:
<>.  That patch series also adds rust-
clap-lex, so some inheritance may be in order.

On rust-windows-... crates: these crates are unnecessary in Guix.
If a package complains about not finding the dependencies, you can just
remove the dependency declaration from the Cargo.toml

Likewise, #56037 already updates rust-textwrap.

Also, rust-adler is already in Guix, so you can use inheritance there.

Why is there a separate rust-autocfg-1.1, instead of updating
rust-autocfg@1.0 to rust-autocfg@1.1?

In rust-object: why change the inheritance?

In rust-once-cell-1: Why remove the skip-build?  Also, you removed some
dependencies (rust-crossbeam-utils, rust-lazy-static and rust-regex),
but they are still used, according to

Also, if you're willing to wait a bit or help out, I've been working on
simplifying the Rust packaging system in

(TBC: only some quick comments, didn't look in any detail)

> +     `(#:tests? #f ; missing files

Then you can add the missing files.

> +    (synopsis
> +     "Tool to conveniently learn about the disk usage of
> directories, fast!")
> +    (description
> +     "This package provides a tool to conveniently learn about the
> disk usage of
> +directories, fast!")

Is markety, and the synopsis and description just contain the same
information.  See (guix)Synopses and Descriptions.


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