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[bug#39372] Chicken Scheme: Update version to 5.1.0 and add gcc-toolchai
[bug#39372] Chicken Scheme: Update version to 5.1.0 and add gcc-toolchain
Sun, 9 Feb 2020 15:30:42 +0100
Le Sun, 09 Feb 2020 14:11:09 +0000,
Ekaitz Zarraga <address@hidden> a écrit :
> > I suppose this is caused by a module loop or something between (gnu
> > packages scheme) and (gnu packages commencement). Maybe splitting
> > (gnu packages scheme) into two things (maybe a new (gnu packages
> > chicken)) would solve the issue?
> I think it does. I made a new patch with that but I'm not sure if I
> did everything right:
This is almost correct. You should make it two patches: the first moves
chicken to its own module, the second updates it. Make sure to add the
licence in the new file with a copyright line for yourself. The commit
message should be:
gnu: chicken: Move to a separate module.
* gnu/packages/scheme.scm (chicken): Move to chicken.scm.
* gnu/packages/chicken.scm: New file.
* gnu/local.mk (GNU_SYSTEM_MODULES): Add it.
for the first patch and:
gnu: chicken: Update to 5.1.0.
* gnu/packages/chicken.scm (chicken): Update to 5.1.0.
[propagated-inputs]: Add gcc-toolchain.
for the second patch. This makes it clearer what happens. You can find
a lot of examples from 'git log'.
Since no other package depends on chicken, we're all good I think.