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Re: Setting up a geiser development environment

From: Einar Largenius
Subject: Re: Setting up a geiser development environment
Date: Tue, 31 May 2022 20:26:54 +0200
User-agent: mu4e 1.6.10; emacs 28.1

Hi, thanks for the reply.

I want to have geiser accessible. It would make trailing and error and
finding symbols much easier.

>     (use-modules (gnu packages))

I forgot to include this in my example. The Geiser repl tells me there are
no code for the module. It works fine when using guix repl though.

I checked the value of %load-path when I start geiser and compare it
with the value I get with guix repl. They look very similar except the
load path provided with guix repl is provides an additional path:


I don't find anything similar in my .guix-profile.

I see a few alternatives.

1. Identify which package includes this "guix-module-union" and add it
   to my profile.
2. Dynamically add the path using wildcards to my .guile startup file.
   Adding a hardcoded path will break this during every update.
3. Change so that geiser uses "guix repl" instead of "guile" when
   starting a repl.

I lack the experience with both guix and scheme so none of the above
would be easy to do for me. The last alternative would probably be the
easiest for me.

Med vänliga hälsningar Einar

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