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bug#27314: guix includes wrong directory in build environment

From: ng0
Subject: bug#27314: guix includes wrong directory in build environment
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2017 21:25:35 +0000

Ludovic Courtès transcribed 0.9K bytes:
> Hi ng0,
> config.log reads this:
> > configure:9394: gcc -c 
> > -I/gnu/store/5cbyk5gmw2gj017d02vyibz3v6rdldz7-gnunetgf-0.10.114b59076f/include
> >  -fno-strict-aliasing -Wall -g -O2      
> > -I/gnu/store/5cbyk5gmw2gj017d02vyibz3v6rdldz7-gnunetgf-0.10.114b59076f/include
> >   conftest.c >&5
> > In file included from 
> > /gnu/store/5cbyk5gmw2gj017d02vyibz3v6rdldz7-gnunetgf-0.10.114b59076f/include/gnunet/gnunet_util_lib.h:56:0,
> >                  from conftest.c:44:
> > /gnu/store/5cbyk5gmw2gj017d02vyibz3v6rdldz7-gnunetgf-0.10.114b59076f/include/gnunet/gnunet_crypto_lib.h:80:20:
> >  fatal error: gcrypt.h: No such file or directory
> > compilation terminated.
> I think this means that ‘gnunetgf’ should propagate libgcrypt.
> I’m closing this bug because I think it’s a packaging issue and not the
> bug suggested in the Subject line.
> Thanks,
> Ludo’.

The thing here is that I am _not_ using gnunetgf for the package in question,
I am using gnunet, from guix master. So from my perspective it is a bug and it
is repeating every time.

gnunetgf[2] inherits from gnunetg[1]

1: https://github.com/ng-0/guix_packages/blob/master/ng0/packages/gnunet.scm#L59

and gnunetg inherits from gnunet but overrides most of the package definition.

But my gnunet-fuse does *only* use ("gnunet" ,gnunet) directly from (gnu 
packages gnunet)
in guix master, not the module I defined. I don't think propagating libgcrypt 
in an
unrelated package will fix this issue.
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