Nix Packages Collection
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Thomas Tuegel 87f3bce34b
Merge pull request #55899 from bbarker/ats2
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.github codeowners: fix reference to renamed file hace 10 meses
doc Merge pull request #55138 from oxij/tree/random-fixes hace 9 meses
lib Merge pull request #55129 from oxij/tree/move-defaults-to-package-files hace 9 meses
maintainers Merge pull request #55587 from avdv/pkg/yubikey-manager-qt hace 9 meses
nixos Merge pull request #55351 from timor/kio-extras-man-protocol hace 9 meses
pkgs Merge pull request #55899 from bbarker/ats2 hace 9 meses
.editorconfig Modified .editorconfig to apply indentation style to docbook files hace 1 año
.gitattributes gitattributes: disable merge=union in all-packages hace 1 año
.gitignore Replace androidenv by new implementation hace 11 meses
.version 18.09 -> 19.03 hace 1 año
COPYING COPYING: move notice to hace 1 año doc/reviewing-contributions: pull-requests -> pull requests hace 11 meses
default.nix Fix local path to release notes in error message hace 1 año


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Nixpkgs is a collection of packages for the Nix package manager. It is periodically built and tested by the Hydra build daemon as so-called channels. To get channel information via git, add nixpkgs-channels as a remote:

% git remote add channels

For stability and maximum binary package support, it is recommended to maintain custom changes on top of one of the channels, e.g. nixos-18.09 for the latest release and nixos-unstable for the latest successful build of master:

% git remote update channels
% git rebase channels/nixos-18.09

For pull requests, please rebase onto nixpkgs master.

NixOS Linux distribution source code is located inside nixos/ folder.


Note: MIT license does not apply to the packages built by Nixpkgs, merely to the package descriptions (Nix expressions, build scripts, and so on). It also might not apply to patches included in Nixpkgs, which may be derivative works of the packages to which they apply. The aforementioned artifacts are all covered by the licenses of the respective packages.