Building with Nix
If you are building with nix, you probably know what you are doing. Start with a regular build, and go from there using the multiple results:
$ nix-build -A release
To install the executables in your user environment directly:
nix-env -if default.nix -A release
Optional: Using the cachix cache
If you use cachix, you can use
cachix use smos to use the smos cachix cache.
When you first run a
smos executable that has been built with Nix, you may
get an error like the following if you use a particular terminal emulator like
smos: setupTerm: Couldn't look up terminfo entry "rxvt-unicode-256color"
In this case, you can probably solve the problem by setting the
$ TERM=xterm ./result/bin/smos