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Thank you @bep. I’m working on my bilingual site upgrade over the next weeks.
That’s a lot of fixes in just a couple of days time. Impressive!
Hope you still had a nice weekend though Bep, and didn’t spend two days in full debugging mode.
The Snap & 3rd-Party Releases
Snap Package - the Hugo Snap/SnapCraft package - not yet updated
Docker/CI Image - a Hugo Docker image for Continuous Integration- updated
Fedora Copr - Hugo RPM packages for Fedora and CentOS - not yet updated
The snap is still not updated.
In an otherwise automated release process, the Snap part of it is the only pain point left with several manual steps. It is doable when it’s working, but this is not fun. I know it is great for end users, but I think we will have “do something” about it if we’re going to continue with the Snaps packages.
Hm… Didn’t know that it’s stuck…
Slightly OT info.
Krita’s Dev Team recently pulled their snap package because they couldn’t cope with the bugs.
There are odd things going on with snaps also on the end user’s end.
I’ve written instructions somewhere on how to build Snaps with CircleCI. I can go dig it up.
I’m meeting with the Snapcraft team at the end up the month for a coding/document sprint. I can talk to them there as well.
Update: I plan on putting out an updated guide in February but here’s what I was talking about: https://circleci.com/blog/build-test-publish-snap-packages/