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[bug#57050] [PATCH 3/6] gnu: chez-scheme: Fix use of "/bin/sh".

From: Maxime Devos
Subject: [bug#57050] [PATCH 3/6] gnu: chez-scheme: Fix use of "/bin/sh".
Date: Tue, 9 Aug 2022 23:24:21 +0200
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On 09-08-2022 22:25, Philip McGrath wrote:

I guess another possibility would be to call the macro something like
GUIX_BIN_SH. That would make sense if we intended to adopt this approach more
broadly, as I suggested in the email linked above about SML/NJ, but I think
we'd need some consensus in that case to reserve  a concise name that wouldn't
conflict with other uses in Guix.

In the glibc headers, there's some (POSIX?) standard macro that points at "/gnu/store/.../bin/sh" (I don't recall the name), any reason we aren't using that macro?  That would be Guix-independent. I'm not sure if a /gnu/store/... prefix is included, but if not, maybe we could try overriding it with -D...="/gnu/store/...", or failing that, add a post-unpack substitute* replacing [the macro name] -> "/gnu/store/.../bin/sh".


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