Son_Gokuzyga, looks like the selinux-policy issue for EL7 will go away soon: https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_enterprise_linux/7-beta/html-single/7.6_release_notes/#BZ146032202:22
mupPR snapd#5724 opened: tests: new test for the cpu-control interface <Created by sergiocazzolato> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/5724>04:21
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luciomhello, is it possible to create a snap from C source using make or I have to point to a package like .deb?11:40
ograluciom, you can create a snap either way12:06
ograsnapcraft is extremely flexible ... you can build things from source, use pre-compiled binaries or deb packages as you like12:06
luciomogra, thanks, what shall I set as "source-type" to compile C source? Documentation reports  that only "git, bzr, hg, svn, tar, deb, rpm, or zip" formats can be used12:23
ograluciom, really depends how you supply yur source (i mostly have my soucre on git and dont use source-type at all ... )13:11
luciomogra, I am trying to compile https://github.com/luciomarinelli/gtk-gnutella but I get error Failed to pull source: unable to determine source type of 'https://github.com/luciomarinelli/gtk-gnutella'.13:13
luciomCheck that the URL is correct or consider specifying `source-type` for this part.13:13
ograluciom, just try "source: ."13:15
ograsince yyour snapcraft.yaml lives in the same tree you dont really need to pull it again13:15
ogralooking at the tree it doesnt seem to use plain make though ... but instead some scripts to generate them13:16
luciomogra, there is a buld.sh script ready, may I feed it to snap?13:17
ograyeah, use override-build: to call ./build.sh ... and take a look at debian/control to get the "build-packages:" list (not debhelper but the rest)13:20
luciomOk, I will try thank ou13:26
luciomthank you ogra13:26
om26erany store (reviewer) up today ? https://dashboard.snapcraft.io/snaps/xbr-dashboard/revisions/22/14:11
popeyom26er: I don't even understand why that's failing16:06
ograwhat's the message ?16:06
ogra(i cant see it, not a reviewer)16:06
popey"human review required due to 'deny-connection' constraint for 'on-classic' from base declaration declaration-snap-v2_slots_deny-connection (xbr-dashboard, x11) "16:06
ograthats because the snap provides its own x11 plug16:07
ograXwayland snaps need to do that to have x11 on core16:07
ograsame as here ... i also need manual approval for my XWayland snaps16:08
ograthe review tools only allow the x11 slot to come from the core snap by default ... jamie is working on a fix since a while16:09
om26er@ogra: another issue is that my snap uses 'layouts' feature16:10
ograyeah, any "passthrough:" entry in your snapcraft.yaml will automatically push it into manual review16:10
om26er (https://forum.snapcraft.io/t/mirkiosk-snap-wont-start-on-ubuntu-core/7050/5?u=om26er)16:11
ograi got the exact same issue with https://github.com/ogra1/xdmcp-client/blob/master/snap/snapcraft.yaml16:11
om26erthat message has my snapcraft.yaml as well16:11
ograwhile the x11 plug thing can be whiteisted after the first manual review, i think the passthrough bit cant16:12
ograso you need to wait for jamie16:12
om26erhmm, that was the only way I found for my app to work on UbuntuCore16:12
om26erapparently Qt have those paths hard-coded somewhere16:13
ograif you need x11 and layouts, yeah16:13
ograthe xdmcp thing above also searches fro keyboard data in a hardcoded path ... though i'd probably get away with it when re-compiling Xorg from source .... but that was too much effort for such a simple snap16:14
ograso i'm waiting for layouts to go in officially ... then you wont need passthrough anymore16:14
ograom26er, i dont get why you need the layouts though ... desktop-launch should actually export FONTCONFIG_PATH and FONTCONFIG_FILE pointing the the respective dirs under $SNAP ... whatever toolkit you use should pick up these env vars to find the shipped fonts20:22
dave_uyHow do I unrelease from stable channel?23:47
mwhudsondave_uy: snapcraft close?23:55
dave_uyThat's it. Thanks.23:58

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