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Re: Pushed a fix (?) for ACL key location

From: Jonathan Brielmaier
Subject: Re: Pushed a fix (?) for ACL key location
Date: Sun, 12 Jul 2020 13:42:29 +0200
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On 12.07.20 03:44, Christopher Lemmer Webber wrote:
> Commit 6680880f9b8dceb4f2f3f91bd2b13c659b53835e pushed out a new version
> of Guix, and it looks like it wasn't possible to build new systems from
> that because the filename for the "Berlin ACL key" changed.  (Or at
> least, I couldn't run "guix system vm".)
> I pushed out a "fix" for this.  I hope it's ok.

Thanks for the fix.

As I ran into all those little errors with `guix pull` this week-end, I
wonder if we can do better.

So maybe some pre-checkin CI which tests that a commit/commit series
doesn't break `guix pull`. What do you think? Is this doable?

I find those little errors pretty annoying as they seem to be avoidable
through technical counter measures...

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