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bug#39771: [core-updates] 'guix pull' and './pre-inst-env' produces diff

From: Marius Bakke
Subject: bug#39771: [core-updates] 'guix pull' and './pre-inst-env' produces different derivations
Date: Mon, 02 Mar 2020 19:14:54 +0100
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Marius Bakke <address@hidden> writes:

> Hello,
> There is a strange bug on the core-updates branch: if you 'guix pull
> --branch=core-updates', everything from around 'guile-bootstrap@2.0' in
> the package graph will have different derivations from what you get in
> the git checkout:
> On my local fork of core-updates:
> ./pre-inst-env guix build -d bash
> /gnu/store/y834q3sf056hkglpli4gr3ijmpvgzb7c-bash-5.0.16.drv
> After 'guix pull -p /tmp/core-updates --url=/my/checkout
> --branch=core-updates', on the same commit:
> /tmp/core-updates/bin/guix build -d bash
> /gnu/store/m3q1w669f7br5cs4admdy5p8rijrjmvp-bash-5.0.16.drv

I've tracked this down to 'gash-boot'.  Namely the use of ,(version): it
evaluates to '2.2.6' when run with ./pre-inst-env and "3.0.0" after
'guix pull'.

I suspect both are wrong, and that it really intends to use the version
of gash here.  Timothy, can you confirm?

Currently trying to 'guix pull' with a hard coded "2.2.6" version to
see if other instances need changing.

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