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2020-06-29
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borkdude09:06:24

I think this https://github.com/ReilySiegel/bear program should also work with bb from source:

bb -cp src -m reilysiegel.bear
but I don't have the right linux to run it since it shells out to systemctl.

sogaiu10:06:40

@borkdude i tried bear on a nixos machine (vm) with the static bb (0.1.3). i got no output (error or otherwise). so may be it does run?

sogaiu10:06:02

the command i used was the one above.

borkdude10:06:24

maybe try --help

sogaiu10:06:56

i just get bb's help

borkdude10:06:16

bb -cp src -m reilysiegel.bear --help
?

borkdude10:06:33

bb -cp src -m reilysiegel.bear -- --help

sogaiu10:06:50

better -- i see usage for bear

sogaiu10:06:55

this is a vm though, so it's probably not that interesting for testing a utility like this i presume

borkdude10:06:19

yeah, I had a similar situation on my VPS which has no battery device

borkdude10:06:27

thanks for testing though

sogaiu10:06:41

may be there will be another adventurous soul 🙂

mike79521:06:42

sorry if this has been answered before (can’t search very deep in the history here) but are there any plans to have Babashka support spec out of the box?

borkdude07:06:56

Spec will probably not be included until it's out of alpha, although I will experiment with it and see how far I can get. Until then you can use https://github.com/borkdude/spartan.spec.

mike79516:06:24

@borkdude thanks, will give spartan a go