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Re: [ANN] Emacs-Guix 0.5.1

From: Benjamin Slade
Subject: Re: [ANN] Emacs-Guix 0.5.1
Date: Fri, 04 Jan 2019 15:12:29 -0700
User-agent: mu4e 1.0; emacs 26.1

I love Emacs-Guix - thank you for this.

Relatedly - I'm trying to debug an issue: so on my both pure GuixSD
machine and on my Arch machine with standalone Guix binary installer,
=guix-all-packages= shows me 9213 packages, but on my Void machine with
standalone Guix binary installer, the same command only shows me around
900(!) packages. But on the same machine, the expected full range of
Guix packages are available in the terminal via =guix package=. What
could cause Emacs-Guix to only show a subset of packages in this one

Benjamin Slade -
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On 2018-12-23T13:15:39-0700, Alex Kost <address@hidden> wrote:

 > Hello, Emacs-Guix (Emacs interface for GNU Guix) version 0.5.1 has been
 > released.  If you are not familiar with it yet, you may try it with:
 > ‘guix package -i emacs-guix’ and "M-x guix".

 > Summary of the new features:

 > * M-x guix

 >   This is the *new* "M-x guix" which is a popup interface for the rest
 >   Emacs-Guix commands.  You may find a screenshot of this popup window
 >   at <>.

 >   The old "M-x guix" (interface for guix shell commands) was renamed to
 >   "M-x guix-command".  Also you can reach it from the new "M-x guix"
 >   with "c" key.

 > * M-x guix-set-emacs-environment

 >   This command sets Emacs environment according to a specified profile.
 >   Note that after calling this command, the whole Emacs will have a new
 >   environment (you may check ‘process-environment’ variable), so "M-x
 >   shell" or any other process will inherit this environment.

 >   Many thanks to Jan Nieuwenhuizen for inventing and implementing this
 >   command.

 > * "Total size" messages in "Guix Store Items" buffer

 >   Now, whenever this buffer is displayed (for example, after "M-x
 >   guix-store-dead-items"), a minibuffer message will display total size
 >   of the listed store items.  Also you can mark several items (with "m")
 >   and press "z" to get their total size.

 >   Thanks to Pierre Neidhardt for the idea of this feature.

 > --
 > Alex

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