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Re: Packaging Jami progress

From: Jan Wielkiewicz
Subject: Re: Packaging Jami progress
Date: Mon, 11 Nov 2019 11:14:23 +0100

Dnia 2019-11-11, o godz. 09:38:49
Pierre Neidhardt <address@hidden> napisaƂ(a):

> Jan Wielkiewicz <address@hidden> writes:
> > Okay, I did the first one and I'm attaching the patches again, hope
> > this time it'll work.
> It worked, thanks!
> > I am going to apply your patch for restinio and try to get Jami to
> > work this weekend.
> OK, let me know how it goes and don't hesitate to ask for help!
I fixed some small problems since then: I added a newer version of
curl, because the build of something failed with an old version (didn't
change the main package though, because I didn't want to break
something); I removed restbed from the list of dependencies of opendht
and libring; I updated gstreamer to the version not requiring the
security patch anymore (1.16.1) and updated the gst-plugins-base to

Is it normal guix ran from "./pre-inst-env" builds everything from the
source code? I ran "./pre-inst-env guix build jami --cores=2
--max-jobs=2" and Guix started to build webkitgtk, even though the
substitute is available. Or did I change something that causes webkit
to get rebuild. This made checking if Jami builds properly not possible,
because my machine has only 3,1 GB of RAM.
I could set up Guix on my second, more powerfull machine, but last time
I tried, the installer script didn't work on Devuan. I don't know if
it's a bug, or is the system not supported. I could install Guix System
there, but the machine is highly proprietary and Guix isn't yet fully
ready for the desktop use for me (not every package I use, including
Jami, is available yet).

But I suppose Jami will work this time, there's not much (or nothing) to
fix now. I'm attaching all patches, including the most recent.

> Good luck!


Jan Wielkiewicz

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