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Re: guix package -u . --dry-run equivalent for guix home

From: Remco van 't Veer
Subject: Re: guix package -u . --dry-run equivalent for guix home
Date: Sun, 10 Dec 2023 09:13:04 +0100
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2023/12/10, Tomas Volf:

> On 2023-12-09 18:55:22 +0100, Remco van 't Veer wrote:
>> 2023/12/07, Tomas Volf:
>> > On 2023-12-07 09:42:47 +0100, Remco van 't Veer wrote:
>> >> How are people (with update junky tendencies like me) using guix-home?
>> >> Run guix-home-reconfigure after every guix-pull?
>> >
>> > I in general just check the commit messages in the range that was pulled 
>> > to see
>> > if there is anything interesting.  And reconfigure only in that case.
>> Yeah, I have guix master from savannah in a RSS reader but miss a lot
>> because it only returns the latest 10 commits.  Do your have a local
>> clone to get the logs from
> Right so the thing is I do not run stock Guix, but a fork with some (very) 
> light
> modifications.  So I need to merge updates from the Guix proper periodically.
> And those merge commits are configured to provide in the commit message the 
> very
> information I need:
>> or is their some trick to get the logs from the commits guix-pull just
>> fetched?
> When `guix pull'-ing, it gives you a message like this:
>     Authenticating channel 'guix', commits 028e445 to 32c6a3a (9 new 
> commits)...
> So I would just use `git log --oneline 028e445..32c6a3a' in the Guix 
> repository
> (which I do have local clone anyway) to get the same list I have in the commit
> message right now.

Thanks, that is very helpful.  I'll script something to compare the
commit delta between guix-describe and guix-home-describe on my local
clone or doing log range on savannah.

> Hope this helps,
> Tomas

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