On Thu, Dec 01 2016, ng0 wrote
I tried that before (though I did just think it was wrong) and now I get the same message as yesterday:


In gnu/services/cuirass.scm: 81: 1 [cuirass-shepherd-service #] In unknown file: ?: 0 [string=? "" ((# # # # ...))]

ERROR: In procedure string=?: ERROR: In procedure string=: Wrong type argument in position 2 (expecting string): (((#:name . "guix") (#:url . "git://git.savannah.gnu.org/guix.git") (#:load-path . ".") (#:file . "/.../cuirass/tests/gnu-system.scm") (#:proc . hydra-jobs) (#:arguments (subset . "hello")) (#:branch . "master")))

It looks like cuirass is expecting the specifications to be a string, not a list. I don't know anything about cuirass, so I can't help you to configure the cuirass-service.

Looking at the source, specifications has a comment ";string
(file-name)". It looks like the "specifications" field of the
configuration is just equivalent to the --specifications argument to the
cuirass command, if that helps at all.

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