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mupPR snapcraft#2432 opened: CMake specific parallel option <Created by deinok> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/2432>14:32
mupPR snapcraft#2432 closed: CMake specific parallel option <Created by deinok> <Closed by deinok> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/2432>14:44
mupPR snapcraft#2433 opened: Clone single branch and clone with "--recurse-submodules" <Created by deinok> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/2433>14:56
antisHey, happy new year first! I am pretty new to the Snap world and trying to package a QML "app". So it utilizes CMake and C++… and Qt. And the plugin seems dated and I am not too fond of the idea either… Is it possible to make my snap maybe depend on another snap that provides the "right" Qt runtime (5.12 in my case)? Primary target are Debian desktops btw.16:28
ShapeshifterHi. I run nextcloud as a snap application. It includes a service that renews letsencrypt certificates. I had closed a port accidentally and that service failed. I fixed the issue. How can I now restart that service or scheduler or whatever it is? I strongly assume that this is it: /bin/sh /snap/nextcloud/10314/bin/renew-certs And in journalctl it logs as 'nextcloud.renew-certs'.17:10
Shapeshifternvm, I figured it out: systemctl restart snap.nextcloud.renew-certs17:15
antisShapeshifter, LOL19:04
antisHow can I use libraries from the host system during the build process?20:13

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