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nixbuild.net is nix build as a service, allowing you to easily run distributed builds without having to setup, scale and maintain build servers.
Crowdfunding campaign to fund a complete rework of error messages in Nix to improve beginner's experience and make working with the tooling pleasant.
contextflow is an award winning Vienna-based startup using AI on 3D medical images to improve radiology workflows. We are looking for a fulltime Senior DevOps and Backend Engineer (m/f) with NixOs experience.
nix-freeze-tree is a utility that walks a directory tree, and writes out Nix expressions which
rebuild that tree. The generated expressions have two important properties:
a) Each file in the tree is built by a separate fixed-output derivation, and
b) Directories are built by derivations that symlink their contents recursively.
If you are using
nix copy to ship a derivation between nix stores, copying the derivation built
by evaluating the output of
nix-freeze-tree can reuse existing files in the destination store, as
fixed-output derivations can be checked against a hash before copying.
Christine talks about packaging Go and Elm application with Nix and publishing binaries to Cachix.
Christine talks about packaging and developing Rust with Nix.
- Nixpkgs reached 200,000 commits milestone
It took less than 3 years since previous 100,000 milestone
Yann talks about how to package Coq with Nix using a simple tutorial.
We want to try to use nix(pkgs) to build perfectly reproducible environments in a context where the users wouldn’t even be aware that nix is a thing that exists (unless, obviously, they want to know). This is in the context of a bioinformatics application, written in Haskell, but the nixpkgs integration can be done without writing Haskell code (NGLess)
Thomas has written a tutorial what problem are overlays trying to address and how to use them.
made by @FRidh
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