@amiloradovsky I think the same problems would arise to typecheck package descriptions written in GNU Guile, no?
@amiloradovsky I would try it but I also need some proprietary software for my laptop.
@otini If this is a user-land software, you can probably just create an expression for it, and build it with `guix build` then install.
If this is a kernel drivers, for example, then I'm not sure how difficult it would be: maybe just `insmod` would suffice, maybe not, IDK.
See e.g. Acknowledgments in
There is much more, I'm sure.
And I heard several times that the lack of non-free s/w in Guix is a problem for them.
• If this is something "mission-critical" (assuming businesses have a mission lol), you may not want to expose it to the whole world for audit, especially if it's really cheap (e.g. site's back-end).
• If this is a tooling, needing constant support and integration with the rest of the world, let's "open-source" it and make hordes of jobless amateurs do all the dirty work… Plus get the badge of "open-source company" as a bonus, good.
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