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Re: Make a simple guile script to a package - source local file

From: Théo Tyburn
Subject: Re: Make a simple guile script to a package - source local file
Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2024 21:28:44 +0000

Hi again,

Now I want to package a python script that has some dependencies on
python packages.

How do I go about packaging it to make the script available from the command 
without polluting the environment with the dependencies ? I am looking
for a similar effect to running `guix shell python python-a python-b
python-c --` but without re-entering the profile env all
the time. Probably I could achieve this by making a profile and launch
my script from a bash file that sources the profile beforehand, but this
seems tedious. I would like to automate all this, in guile.

Any hints ? 

Tomas Volf <> writes:

> [[PGP Signed Part:Undecided]]
> On 2023-10-23 18:01:12 +0000, Théo Tyburn wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I have some guile CLI scripts and I would like to make them accessible
>> in $PATH by putting each of them in a package.
>> Is there a simple way to do this without having to make a git
>> repository ? What I would like is something like this:
>> > (package
>> >   (name "script1")
>> >   (version "0.0.0")
>> >   (source (LOCAL-DIR "/path/to/scripts/"))
>> >   (build-system trivial-build-system))
>> and then copy the guile script to /bin using the trivial build-system.
>> I guess what I'm looking for is a function like LOCAL-DIR. It would be
>> similar to git-checkout but wouldn't require git. Is there such
>> a thing ?
> I believe you are looking for (source (local-file ..)), example can be found 
> in
> this excellent blog post:
>> Cheers,
>> Théo
> )t.

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