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Finlay Thompson
@finlay
nixster create readxml --adds haskell-xeno --adds haskell-cabal-install --adds haskell-cassava
Nokome Bentley
@nokome
Does that work? Is it not nixster create readxml --adds haskell-xeno haskell-cabal-install haskell-cassava
In any case editing the YAML is probably easiest once it is created
Finlay Thompson
@finlay
It does something
Couple of questions before I run off:
When you do nixster --pure=false enter, it doesn't copy environment in
For example there is no $HOME
Nokome Bentley
@nokome
Correct
(I think)
Finlay Thompson
@finlay
I thing nix-shell copies some of the environment into the new shell
Are you relying on the nix-shell command, or are you doing it some other way ?
The other question relates to this error:
finlay@kahu:readxml[master*]$ nixster create readxml --adds haskell-xeno --adds haskell-cabal-install --adds haskell-base
💣  Environment "readxml" already exists, use the 'force' option to overwrite it.
finlay@kahu:readxml[master*]$ nixster create readxml --adds haskell-xeno --adds haskell-cabal-install --adds haskell-base --force
error: Package ‘base-4.12.0.0in /nix/store/i8ghkgzflqpwfaq5yk3hmrgvq2g038dr-nixexprs.tar.xz/pkgs/development/haskell-modules/hackage-packages.nix:35183 is marked as broken, refusing to evaluate.

a) For `nixos-rebuild` you can set
  { nixpkgs.config.allowBroken = true; }
in configuration.nix to override this.

b) For `nix-env`, `nix-build`, `nix-shell` or any other Nix command you can add
  { allowBroken = true; }
to ~/.config/nixpkgs/config.nix.

(use '--show-trace' to show detailed location information)
💣  Running "nix-env --install --file channel:nixpkgs-unstable --remove-all --profile /nix/profiles/readxml --attr haskellPackages.xeno haskellPackages.cabal-install haskellPackages.base_4_12_0_0" failed: 1:
Nokome Bentley
@nokome
Some other way - just starting bash
Finlay Thompson
@finlay
I think the nix-shell does a selective copy of some environment variables...
Nokome Bentley
@nokome
Do you think that we should inherit the current env when pure=false?
Finlay Thompson
@finlay
I think some of at least
It would be good to do what nix-shell does
or even use nix-shell
I'll go have a look at the code...
Nokome Bentley
@nokome

I'm really not sure about the error: Package ‘base-4.12.0.0’ ... . Trying the

  { allowBroken = true; }
to ~/.config/nixpkgs/config.nix.

is probably best first option

Finlay Thompson
@finlay
yeah
That helped
Oh, I really have to head off, wish I could spend more time on this...
Finlay Thompson
@finlay
I'll be back!
Jacqueline
@jwijay
Hello everyone! We'd like to invite you to our Stencila community call, which will be next Tuesday, 4 June @ 8am NZST / Monday, 3 June @ 1pm PST. Please register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_mnVgZtNEQXezMtDtSz6VaA |
For more information, see our blog post: https://stenci.la/blog/2019-06-04-community-call/
Daniel Nüst
@nuest
Hi Stencila community! Long time since I've been here :-) Hope you and your loved ones are all well these days.
Question: Does Stencila have collaborative live editing yet (like Google Docs / HackPad etc.) ?