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python476
alezost: how is guix on day to day ?
alezost
python476: good for me
python476
alezost: same with dmd ?
alezost
yes
I use it even to manage my user services (like dbus or gpg)
python476
alezost: pretty cool
technomancy
argh; found a non-DRM'd book on kobobooks.com but I have to spend $0.02 more to check out, and every single other title I can find is DRM'd =\
rgr
tetheno: debian doesnt include the emacs info by default either.
kenrestivo
is there some way to get a list of all melpa packages installed?
i guess i could just list ~/.emacs.d/elpa/ but is that the most accurate list?
wasamasa
"The kind of evil that doesn't realize that it's evil is the worst kind there is."
         

kenrestivo
find ~/.emacs.d/elpa/ -type d -maxdepth 1
(Action) shrugs
wasamasa
that will include dependencies and packages from other archives as well
you can't do anything about dependencies (unless you've kept a list of installed packages yourself) because package.el doesn't store that info
it just puts the package there and that's it
the only "database" is the cached list of available packages per archive
there is a hack to match only melpa stuff, just select all packages with screwy version numbers :D
find ~/.emacs.d/elpa -regextype posix-extended -regex '.*-[[:digit:]]{8}\.[[:digit:]]{3,4}*' -type d
finster
newer Emacs versions (read: >=25) keep a list of installed packages, whitouth the dependencies afair
wasamasa
where?
finster
`package-selected-packages', in custom
however, that list is not synced back, e.g. if you delete a folder from ~/.emacs.d/elpa the list is not updated
wasamasa
huh, I'd have expected something stored to disk
finster
wasamasa: wherever `custom-file' points to. it's stored there
wasamasa
oh well
finster
what would be a good way to extract all default faces from faces.el.gz? I am tempted to build a theme upon the default one but are reluctant to manually extract all the data from the file.
ooh, TIL `customize-create-theme'. neat!
wasamasa
I can't believe find uses emacs regex by default...
forcer
wasamasa: Which find?
wasamasa
forcer: the GNU one
forcer
wasamasa: That should be using POSIX regex, not Emacs regex.
wasamasa
"Changes the regular expression syntax understood by -regex and -iregex tests which occur later on the command line. Currently-implemented types are emacs (this is the default), posix-awk, posix-basic, posix- egrep and posix-extended."
forcer
Wow.
:-D
wasamasa
it's why I've used an alternative type above, in my oneliner for finding melpa packages
buzzykins
have you guys hardened your emacs?
wasamasa
buzzykins: your nick looks familiar
buzzykins
im everywhere
wasamasa
ok, no, that was you replying to some troll
         

metasin
I did it
whoa perl 6 is finally out?! :O
python476
it was pre-official since a few weeks
isBEKaml
metasin: perl6 is on a separate channel :-)
metasin
haha
isBEKaml
metasin: if you feel like watching Larry talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwxHXgiLsFE
metasin
isBEKaml: I'm watching is already :p
listening rather..
Fuco
jesus christ what happened in france :O You wake up and bam
metasin
nothing
Fuco
70-100 people killed in a theatre
ISIS fu*ks...
python476
Fuco: I went to sleep just before the thing hit the news, watching twitter as I woke up felt surreal
Fuco
oh so they also attacked a footbal stadium and another caffee
rgr
The apologists are in a frenzy of, err, apologising. Remember kids "its only the extremists". Not that that helps the 130 dead. Sigh.
python476
7 coordinated attacks
macrobat
Fuco: more like 150
metasin
more like, derka dekra mohammed ali
python476
macrobat: this figure was premature data it seems
but anyway
Fuco
france still have nukes remember...
syria is mostly desert already...
python476
Fuco: you're such a pacifist
metasin
glass party!
macrobat
no one mentioned it in #emacs yesternight, so I didn't think I should bring it up
Fuco
python476: I'm sure someone is already writing a blog about it
python476
Fuco: no doubts about it
Fuco: I just hope the French military are not newb starcraft players and have far smarter answers to the situation
I'm a bit dizzy when thinking about the whole situation, it keeps warming up
shadowdao
Smarter answers. Like not intervening in these countries in the first place.
<.<
python476
shadowdao: many countries have tried to apologize for the last centuries
shadowdao
python476: But they're still at it.
python476
you mean bad economic ties ?
shadowdao
The list is very long.
Fuco
heh... some dude was just showing a phone which stopped the explosion bit, samsung sales are going to soar
I can't help always being a cynic :(
python476
Fuco: stopped ?
Fuco
well, the fragment
python476
oh
Fuco
like a frag grande bit
python476
shielding its owner ? Isn't it an old thing though .. I remember seeing the same story before
shadowdao
About a Bible? =)
Soldiers kept a small Bible in their breast pocket.
python476
`samsung LCD breaks if you drop it, but stops bullets` *salesman smile*
forcer
How about just being happy for that person surviving a horrible situation?
tetheno
(Action) Tries ubuntu, runs back to arch.
python476
tetheno: you installed it ?
M-Illandan
tetheno: that soon?
tetheno: or that bad?
tetheno
python476: yes, and no, I'm not using that.
I deleted my perfectly functioning Debian for that monstruosity
python476
sorry
tetheno
I'm sorry for the person who designed Unity lol
buzzykins
anyone else have emacsclient -t aliased to vim and emacs --daemon aliased to ed?
M-Illandan
Maybe, I'm so far out of touch - what's so bad about Ubuntu these days?
I used it back when it was 7.10 and moved on to Debian, finally settling on slackware
tetheno
M-Illandan: Did you try Unity ?
python476
Unity isn't bad is it ?
M-Illandan
tetheno: No. My impression with any distro is, it can't be so bad that you have to switch over, just over a bad experience with a DE.
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