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<Mic92> Ericson2314: some stuff maybe could be in nix, but not all of it. However a userspace program might be suitable: I once did something similar for interactive usage: https://github.com/Mic92/x86_64-linux-cheatsheats#introspect-libc
<gchristensen> oh very cool Mic92
<Mic92> quiet useful for people using: https://github.com/iovisor/bcc
<Ericson2314> oh, nice!
<Mic92> that is the cooler variant though: https://github.com/inspector-repl/inspector
<Mic92> but nobody likes to compile clang from source.
<gchristensen> speaking of clang, could I nerd-snipe you in to trying to make rust's bindgen's middling C++ support work with Nix? :P
<Mic92> gchristensen: it does not?
<gchristensen> I haven't successfully done it, but that doesn't mean very much
<Mic92> bloody w3m.
<Mic92> it wants a host generator too.
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<Mic92> even worse then w3m is nginx
<gchristensen> :
<gchristensen> o
<Mic92> and nginx compiles