On Fri, 21 Aug 2020 at 15:33, Jesse Gibbons <email@example.com> wrote:
Using Guix 3694c0d, the version is now 20.12.0 and
“guix build --check” works fine too.
$ guix gc -D $(guix build <pkg> -S)
$ guix build <pkg> -S --no-substitutes
also works fine. In my case, downloading from
Indeed the sources of 20.8.0 does not seem available upstream.
However, this version was not in Guix, AFAIK. For instance,
git log --grep=kigo
does not display a commit updating from 19.08.3 to 20.8.0. The only
update is from 19.08.3 (d685f86054..f114a689e7) to 20.12.0
(908e48f7dd..3cd53b4500). The version 19.08.3 seems removed from
upstream but we cannot do more; this source is still on ci.guix.gnu.org
and should be transparently available via Disarchive.
Well, I am in favor to close this bug. WDYT?
All the best,