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From: zimoun
Subject: Docker+emacs+geiser
Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2019 13:23:04 +0100


I am trying to build Docker images and run them.

The `load-path' of Emacs does not point to emacs-geiser.
Is it expected ?

Thank you in advance for any explanations.

All the best,


Some details.

The command:

  guix pack -f docker  \
     -S /bin=bin           \
     -S /lib=lib             \
     -S /share=share    \
     emacs guile emacs-geiser

produces the Docker image, loaded with:
 docker load -i /gnu/store/...-docker-pack.tar.gz
Check with `docker images`. Aside akward repository, tag and created
fields, the image is loadable with:
  docker run -ti <inage-id> emacs

Then, Emacs is launched inside the Docker image.

Here, the classical `(require 'geiser)' is not found.
Therefore, the path is setup by hand.
`M-: (add-to-list 'load-path
Then `M-: (require 'geiser)' works and `M-x run-geiser' starts Guile.

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