On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 12:33:15PM -0400, Mark H Weaver wrote:
> Leo Famulari <l...@famulari.name> writes:
> > +(define-public openssl-1.0.2i
> Should this be kept private?  Otherwise, both patches look good to me,
> please push.

Good catch.

I also realized that these patches change what variable is used when
using 'openssl' with the Guix command-line tools.

Without these patches, `guix build openssl` uses
(@@ (gnu packages tls) openssl-next) [0]

With these patches, `guix build openssl` uses
(@@ (gnu packages tls) openssl-1.0.2i)

So, I put (replacement #f) in openssl-next, which restores the old
behavior. We don't want to replace openssl-next with openssl-1.0.2i.

Pushed HEAD to 163d93a6bd231596959e2e157b60eb964db85d04

[0] Is that the right way to describe a package variable? That's how I
use `guix build -e`.

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