i3-compatible Wayland compositor
Customize and package your Electron app with OS-specific bundles (.app, .exe, etc.) via JS or CLI
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Linux application sandboxing and distribution framework
SwayWM Flatpak packaging
reddit.com/r/swaywm | 2021-04-09
Link to the Flatpak manifest
Flatpak Builder Tools packaging
reddit.com/r/flatpak | 2021-04-08
Flatpak manifest is here.
[POC] XWayland-free X11 sandboxing using Flatpak & Xpra
reddit.com/r/swaywm | 2021-03-04
To test this build the Flatpak manifest and install the generated app with flatpak-builder and then follow the examples in the comments. There are three examples:
Linux fellas, I created a flatpak for Plexamp, and it just works
reddit.com/r/plexamp | 2021-02-01
You should consider moving the appimage extraction to the apply_extra step to avoid pulling in the app itself to the Flatpak repo. This is because distributing a closed source app like that without permission would be a problem and using the apply_extra script avoids that, so this method is how it's done with Flathub distributed packages. See here an example of how I repackaged such appimage. If you ever want to publish on Flathub then this is the way to go.
Mpvpaper 11 Released With New Resource Saving
reddit.com/r/swaywm | 2021-01-31
Wow! this is working nicely. I put it in a Flatpak with mpv here. I do get a couple of error, maybe I need to enable some FFmpeg encoders.
What is your approach to X-only apps?
reddit.com/r/swaywm | 2021-01-04
There's a lot already packaged and available through the flathub or flathub-beta repos, and if I need something else or just want to test it then I package it here, Flatpaks are pretty simple to create.
Cross-distro maintaining of a project
reddit.com/r/linuxquestions | 2020-12-26
Flatpak is the way to go as far as shipping the app, via Flathub of course. The more complex way to do this is to build with the app via the Flatpak SDK but then you're limited to use whatever Electron version distributed by Flathub. The easy way to go about this is to use whatever buildsystem setup you already have with Electron to build the app and package it as a tarball release or even a deb release and only then repackage the binary release as a Flatpak. Here's an example of repackaging a binary release of an Electron app as a Flatpak, note that it's complete and ready for Flathub publishing, mainly due to a missing AppStream metadata.