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21 Jan 2020
23:32:58@corngood:corngood.comCorngood or... just use ilya-fedin/kotatogram-desktop and call it "ilya-fedin's fork of kotatogram with features X and Y"
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In reply to @jack:mudshark.org
Also, if you have a github repo that you based your pull request on, then you can just link to that.
Ah, that is, should I just move the patches to another repository? A NUR repository is ok?
23:39:08@corngood:corngood.comCorngood

no, just fetch the patches from github e.g.

  qt510_plugins_patch = fetchpatch {
    url = "https://github.com/audacious-media-player/audacious-plugins/commit/971f7ff7c3d8a0b9b420bf4fd19ab97755607637.patch";
    sha256 = "15fy37syj9ygl2ibkkz3g3b9wd22vk9bjfmvqhhkpxphry2zwb17";
  };
23:41:06@corngood:corngood.comCorngood but I still think the patches are modifying the upstream package more than nixpkgs should be... except for libtgvoip-use-pkgconfig.patch. that one looks reasonable
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In reply to @corngood:corngood.com

no, just fetch the patches from github e.g.

  qt510_plugins_patch = fetchpatch {
    url = "https://github.com/audacious-media-player/audacious-plugins/commit/971f7ff7c3d8a0b9b420bf4fd19ab97755607637.patch";
    sha256 = "15fy37syj9ygl2ibkkz3g3b9wd22vk9bjfmvqhhkpxphry2zwb17";
  };
Not all patches have a commit
23:47:16@corngood:corngood.comCorngood if they aren't in your repo already, you can git am them all, and push it. looks like some are there: https://github.com/ilya-fedin/kotatogram-desktop/commit/011c89bcf71e6f1a20dce7c7dbf515e9c8f59bc0
23:54:05@ilya-fedin:matrix.orgπ™Όπš›. π™±πš˜πš πš•πšŽπš› π™·πšŠπš

They are in the repository, but:

  1. in the commit the patch don't rebased to the latest version since I want too look for other way of the feature implementation
  2. the patch has files in a submodule, so, if I take the patch from a commit, i will be not able just to use patches, instead, I will have to patching manually in subdirectory with postPatch
23:54:23@ilya-fedin:matrix.orgπ™Όπš›. π™±πš˜πš πš•πšŽπš› π™·πšŠπš
In reply to @corngood:corngood.com
if they aren't in your repo already, you can git am them all, and push it. looks like some are there: https://github.com/ilya-fedin/kotatogram-desktop/commit/011c89bcf71e6f1a20dce7c7dbf515e9c8f59bc0
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They are in the repository, but:

  1. in the commit the patch don't rebased to the latest version since I want too look for other way of the feature implementation
  2. the patch has files in a submodule, so, if I take the patch from commit, i will be not able just to use patches, instead, I will have to patching manually in subdirectory with postPatch
23:54:34@ilya-fedin:matrix.orgπ™Όπš›. π™±πš˜πš πš•πšŽπš› π™·πšŠπš *

They are in the repository, but:

  1. in the commit the patch don't rebased to the latest version since I want too look for other way of the feature implementation
  2. the patch has files in a submodule, so, if I take the patch from a commit, i will be not able just to use patches, instead, I will have to patching manually in subdirectory with postPatch
23:59:34@corngood:corngood.comCorngoodFor (2) you'd have to fork the submodule as well and fetch from that. does sound messy
23 Jan 2020
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01:11:06@2easy2do:matrix.org2easy2doHi guys, i am new with NixOS and have a question, could any of you help me?
03:25:13@suhr:matrix.orgsuhrMaybe.
03:36:33@evanjsx:matrix.orgevanjsxFigured it out on irc lol
03:37:34@evanjsx:matrix.orgevanjsx Question was re how to configure herbstluftwm. I pointed him to services.xserver.windowManager.herbstluftwm.configFile
05:25:06@suhr:matrix.orgsuhr Overall, googling nixpkgs <package_name> usually points you to both the package and the module.
05:26:25@suhr:matrix.orgsuhrAnd in the nixpkgs module there's everything you need.
05:55:58@evanjsx:matrix.orgevanjsx https://nixos.org/nixos/options.html# and https://nixos.org/nixos/packages.html?channel=nixos-19.09 are pretty helpful, too
10:05:21@jkarlson:kapsi.fiEmil Karlsonis there a way to see times when a derivation was realized
10:05:35@jkarlson:kapsi.fiEmil Karlsonlike I want to see installations that happened last night
10:06:00@jkarlson:kapsi.fiEmil Karlsonthe timestamps are obviously faked, so they are of no use
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22:29:19@wucke13:matrix.orgwucke13

How can I cause some pythonPackages to be present in the python that is used to replace a pythons shebang in the utility scripts of a package?

Putting

buildInputs = [ python3Packages.wrapPython ];
propagatedBuildInputs = with python3Packages; [ feedparser sqlalchemy ];

into the build script is somehow not sufficient.

22:31:35@wucke13:matrix.orgwucke13 * How can I cause some pythonPackages to be present in the python that is used to replace a pythons shebang in the utility scripts of a package?
23:16:22@wucke13:matrix.orgwucke13 *

How can I cause some pythonPackages to be present in the python that is used to replace a pythons shebang in the utility scripts of a package?

Putting

buildInputs = [ python3Packages.wrapPython ];
propagatedBuildInputs = with python3Packages; [ feedparser sqlalchemy ];

into the build script is somehow not sufficient.

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