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Re: Using julia in guix

From: Efraim Flashner
Subject: Re: Using julia in guix
Date: Sun, 7 Nov 2021 09:49:48 +0200

On Fri, Nov 05, 2021 at 10:52:54PM +0100, Théo Maxime Tyburn wrote:
> Efraim Flashner <> writes:
> > The way I do it is I read my emails with mutt and I pipe the patch file
> > (either the e-mail or a part of it, depending on how it came through) to
> > 'cd workspace/guix; git am' and then test it out from there.
> >
> > There is also CBaines's patch tracker. If you add
> > as another remote
> > (git remote add guix-patches 
> >
> > then you can cherry-pick c6e882a52b5e736d0ac11872bc2dc6e26100115a and
> > test out the patch that way.
> Thanks, CBaines’ patch tracker made it very easy to get the code.
> So I run "./pre-inst-env guix shell julia". But apparently julia wasn’t
> rebuilt as I did that. So when I then run "./pre-inst-env julia" I am
> probabilly using the unpatched julia version, right ?
> If I install say "julia-docstringextensions" with guix and then in julia
> add it with Pkg it still gets installed the usual way.
> How can I use the julia package as defined in the patch ?

I looked at the patch again. It doesn't actually affect the julia
package itself but packages built using the julia-build-system. Right
now I'm trying to test it with './pre-inst-env guix shell julia
julia-pyplot julia-staticarrays julia-statsbase' and then using the
julia from that shell to try importing other packages to finish loading
a different project.

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