Week 34 of 2017 in snapcraft

Sergio Schvezov

Sergio Schvezov

on 29 August 2017

This article originally appeared in Snapcraft Forums

Welcome to the weekly development notes for snapcraft! This covers work from August 20-26, 2017.

Development in master

  • many: simplify plugin loading PR: #1507
  • grammar: move into project_loader PR: #1500
  • project loader: refactor into package PR: #1504
  • ci: speedup the CLA check PR: #1503
  • tests: use assertThat instead of assertEqual PR: #1501
  • python plugin: record manifest PR: #14871
  • repo: make errors based on SnapcraftError PR: #1499
  • cli: don’t raise from excepthook PR: #1495
  • lxd: always remove existing device for project folder PR: #1488
  • core: improve source caching logic PR: #1486

This weeks Pull Requests

  • project_loader: process stage package grammar PR: #1509
  • errors: introduce ContainerError PR: #1505
  • lxd: pass original CLI arguments down to container PR: #1498

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