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[bug#32811] [PATCH] enlightenment.scm: Fix initial locale and keyboard s

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: [bug#32811] [PATCH] enlightenment.scm: Fix initial locale and keyboard selection
Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2018 09:36:55 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/26.1 (gnu/linux)


Timo Eisenmann <address@hidden> skribis:

>> OK, I see.  However, ‘locale’ is already present in the build
>> environment even without adding glibc explicitly. Thus I wonder what’s
>> happening.
> So implicit inputs provide their binaries only during build-time?

Yes, inputs in general denote build-time dependencies.  Run-time
dependencies are automatically determined by scanning the build result
in search of /gnu/store references.

>> Do you happen to know what part of the Enlightenment code refers to the
>> ‘locale’ command?
> Enlightenment uses
>   output = popen("locale -a", "r");
> in these three files:
>   src/bin/e_intl.c (_e_intl_locale_system_locales_get)
>   src/modules/conf_intl/e_int_config_intl.c (_fill_data)
>   src/modules/wizard/page_010.c (wizard_page_init)
> 'page_010' is the language selection screen during first time config.

In that case a proper solution would be to replace ‘locale’ with
‘/gnu/store/…/bin/locale’ in the files above, using the ‘substitute*’
macro.  Would you like to give it a try?  There are many examples of
similar uses of ‘substitute*’ in the package definitions.



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