Paste number 340183: ERROR: Unbound variable: libxml2

Paste number 340183: ERROR: Unbound variable: libxml2
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When:5 years, 5 months ago
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(define-public i3-wm
    (name "i3-wm")
    (version "4.13")
    (source (origin
              (method url-fetch)
              (uri (string-append ""
                                  version ".tar.bz2"))
    (build-system gnu-build-system)
       (list "CC=gcc"
             (string-append "PREFIX=" %output)
             ;; This works around the following error:
             ;; 'error: ‘for’ loop initial declarations are only allowed in C99
             ;; or C11 mode'
       ;; The build system tries to build in a separate directory, but that
       ;; seems to be unnecessary.
       #:configure-flags '("--disable-builddir")
       ;; The test suite appears to require the unpackaged Perl module AnyEvent
       #:tests? #f))
     `(("cairo" ,cairo)
       ("libev" ,libev)
       ("libx11" ,libx11)
       ("libxcb" ,libxcb)
       ("libxkbcommon" ,libxkbcommon)
       ("libyajl" ,libyajl)
       ("pango" ,pango)
       ("pcre" ,pcre)
       ("startup-notification" ,startup-notification)
       ("xcb-util-cursor" ,xcb-util-cursor)
       ("xcb-util-keysyms" ,xcb-util-keysyms)
       ("xcb-util-wm" ,xcb-util-wm)
       ("xcb-util-xrm" ,xcb-util-xrm)
       ("xcb-util" ,xcb-util)))
     `(("perl" ,perl)                 ;required by
       ("pkg-config" ,pkg-config)
       ("which" ,which)
       ;; Required to build the documentation.
       ("asciidoc" ,asciidoc)
       ("docbook-xml" ,docbook-xml)
       ("docbook-xsl" ,docbook-xsl)
       ("xmlto" ,xmlto)))
     (package-native-search-paths libxml2))
    (home-page "")
    (synopsis "Improved tiling window manager")
    (description "A tiling window manager, completely written
from scratch.  i3 is primarily targeted at advanced users and
    (license license:bsd-3)))

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