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Re: rust: where is cargo?

From: Adonay Felipe Nogueira
Subject: Re: rust: where is cargo?
Date: Sat, 26 Dec 2020 15:19:42 -0300
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Em 26/12/2020 12:02, Tobias Geerinckx-Rice escreveu:
>> I know that guix approach is to replace package managers
> I don't think that's true.
It's half true, valid to the extent that, contrary to cargo's default 
repository, Guix's default follows the GNU FSDG, which also requires that every 
other repository referenced in that one or by the community also expresses the 
same commitment. If there is one reference to one which doesn't, then such 
reference should either be replaced, removed or there must be an agreement 
between the parties to fix this in the referenced repository.

The act of removing such reference is sometimes done by not including the 
referrer package, and this is done when there is not much resource left to deal 
with the fact that other repository must be created.

It's common practice for free/libre system distributions to provide a “GNU 
FSDG” bug/issue/task tag/section for cases where they provide packages that 
refer to third-party repositories not committed to the GNU FSDG, along other 
cases not compliant with GNU FSDG. If cargo is indeed included.

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