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Re: pulling from my personal channel only - is this possible ?

From: Andreas Reuleaux
Subject: Re: pulling from my personal channel only - is this possible ?
Date: Thu, 02 Sep 2021 12:43:27 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/27.1 (gnu/linux)


yes, this does make sense, and many thanks for writing this down in
detail. - I will follow your steps (and develop my own routine).

And computers are getting faster after all (to some extent still): My
53sec for pulling were on an 4 core i5 (with 16G RAM) - this e-mail I am
writing on a 8 core i7 w/ 16G RAM as well - and I might want use it for
guix at some point (and that should accelerate things then).

All the best,

zimoun <> writes:

> Hi,
> For developing, my workflow looks like:
> 0  git clone /tmp/channel
> 1  edit /tmp/channel/some-file.scm
> 2  guix build -L /tmp/channel ghc-filepatter
> 3  loop to 1 until I am satisfied
> 4  git -C /tmp/channel commit ...
> then it depends on my mood to have
> listed in my default channels file ~/.config/guix/channels.scm.  Well,
> when I am tired to type '-L path/to/channel' then I add it and I run:
>   guix pull
> which allows then to simply do
>   guix package -i ghc-filepattern -p path/to/profile
> Does it make sense?
> About "guix pull", yes it should appear slow.  But you cannot do more
> than wait... although the situation is mitigated by [1].  (Optimizing
> it is not as straightforward as it looks like at first because the
> bottleneck are at various stages. :-)  For instance,
> <>.)
> Have you seen 'channel-with-substitutes-available' [1]?
> 1: 
> <>
> All the best,
> simon

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