can't believe it has been 7 years since I wrote the first version of `guix environment`. there were far fewer guix users then and they had different expectations than what I'd consider the average developer. so, I'm happy to see that the community has coalesced around semantics/conventions that better fit the most common development use cases in the new `guix shell` tool!



It's a special kind of person who can embrace the replacement (or at least supplementation) of something they wrote.

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@emacsen I think it's the best of both worlds, where a lot of the internal code largely remains the same but the UI is different.

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