Welcome to the weekly development notes for snapcraft! This covers work from August 7 until August 13 of 2017.
The theme of code landing into master this week was mostly about robotics, from polishing and refactoring to ease the development of ROS 2 support (
ament plugin) as well as supporting new features.
Aside from that, worth mentioning is that the next release of snapcraft (2.34) will have support for a Windows msi to ease the installation and get snapcraft working on that operating system (sans local building support).
These are the pull requests that showed up during the week:
For a full list of pull requests go to https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pulls
If you needed to install these look no more and follow the installation instructions:
And some more snaps coming soon (blockchain related) with recently landed
snapcraft.yaml and being added to ci/cd:
This week, on the 18th and 19th, you can catch part of the snapcraft team, Leo and Sergio, speaking at the UbuconLA 2017, these are the sessions (they will be carried out in Spanish):
This article originally appeared at the snapcraft github
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