Functional package manager.
GNU Guix is a purely functional package manager for the GNU system.
It supports transactional upgrades and roll-backs, unprivileged package management, per-user profiles, and garbage collection. It builds up on the low-level build and deployment layer of the Nix package manager. Guix uses Guile as its programming interface.
GNU Guix comes with a visual user interface for GNU Emacs, known as guix.el. It can be used for routine package management tasks, pretty much like the guix package command (see Invoking guix package). Specifically, “guix.el” makes it easy to:
- browse and display packages and generations;
- search, install, upgrade and remove packages;
- display packages from previous generations;
- do some other useful things.
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released on 6 December 2018
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13 September 2013
Leaders and contributors
|Ludovic Courtès||Lead Developer, Maintainer|
|Mark H. Weaver||Contributor|
Resources and communication
|Required to build||SQLite3|
|Required to build||libbz2|
|Required to build||GNU Build System|
|Required to use||GNU Guile >= 2.0.5|
|Required to use||Libgcrypt|
|Required to build||GCC's g++|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 14 January 2019.
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