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[bug#42885] [PATCH 23/27] gnu: calibre: Update to 5.13.0.

From: Brendan Tildesley
Subject: [bug#42885] [PATCH 23/27] gnu: calibre: Update to 5.13.0.
Date: Wed, 7 Apr 2021 05:57:03 +0200 (CEST)

> On 04/06/2021 7:11 PM Leo Famulari <> wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 06, 2021 at 03:30:08AM +0200, Brendan Tildesley wrote:
> > Sounds good. I didn't realise propagated-inputs did that, I thought they 
> > were
> > just normal inputs that were installed along side the package in a profile,
> > but wouldn't make a difference during build time.
> > Does this mean all packages that depend on python-pyqt5 will have 
> > python-pyqt5-sip
> > added to its own list of inputs in their own package definition? If so
> > the manual doesn't mention that.
> That's the idea: they are run-time dependencies of a package that lacks
> the ability for recording references to its dependencies. We have to
> help the package with our packaging tools.
> In general, all Python packages in Guix use this mechanism.
> Just to clarify, does Calibre work on your end with my latest Savannah
> branch? I built it on CI, so you can get substitutes for it on x86_64.
> The basics work for me: library management, conversion, etc.
Works for me.

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