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Re: make clean-go breaks my build environment

From: Csepp
Subject: Re: make clean-go breaks my build environment
Date: Wed, 02 Nov 2022 10:15:51 +0100

"Philip McGrath" <> writes:

> On Wed, Nov 2, 2022, at 3:48 AM, jgart wrote:
>> On Wed, 02 Nov 2022 08:20:09 +0100 Ricardo Wurmus <> wrote:
>>> jgart <> writes:
>>> > after running `make clean-go` the build gets consistently stuck on
>>> > this message:
>>> >
>>> > WARNING: Use of `load' in declarative module (guix ui).  Add 
>>> > #:declarative? #f to your define-module invocation.
>>> > WARNING: (guix build python-build-system): imported module (guix build 
>>> > utils) overrides core binding `delete'
>>> These are warnings, not errors.  What do you mean by “gets […] stuck”?
>> I mean that instead of getting a quick build now that the guile object
>> files are gone it just gets stuck indefinitely at that warning.
> Try `make clean-go && make && echo hooray`. My guess is that your
> build is finishing successfully (`make` exits with status 0) and the
> last output just happens to be those warning messages.
> If by “gets […] stuck” you mean that `make` never exits, that would indeed be 
> a problem.
> This is legitimately confusing, though! A good reason to figure out how not 
> to trigger those warnings.

I regularly get a locked up make on my i686 machine when trying to build
from source, so this does not seem that unlikely to me.  What seems to
happen in my case is there are two make subprocesses, both taking little
CPU time and both with a D status in htop.  I've basically given up
trying to build Guix from source on i686 because of bugs like this.

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