nix packages collection has a
neat library repository. A small
make it completely standalone.
Basically it allows experimenting quickly with configuration patterns for custom
stuff without an expensive evaluation.
After daily driving NixOS and the Nix for almost three years, it feels like it’ll be simplified by entities external to the project. It’s still in that academic phase (don’t do this/that) and needs software engineering .
That usually involves reducing boilerplate ruthlessly while
generalizing/capturing fundamental uses cases (setting implicit best current
practices). It’s reminiscent of
lxc just before
docker arrived for the
this blog is served to you by NixOS :-)
compilation is fun to watch.
Here’s what hugo’s
--debug output for this blog looks
like right now. Rendering takes about
25 seconds on an old laptop. The
linearity is easy to see, but that’s the least of my problems ;-)
Kiwi Browser (
download) is a Chromium
derivative on Android that can directly expose the built–in dev tools on device.
is my preference, but it makes quick