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x/build: publish Go binary releases to the Snap Store #47671

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samimessaoudi opened this issue Aug 12, 2021 · 4 comments
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x/build: publish Go binary releases to the Snap Store #47671

samimessaoudi opened this issue Aug 12, 2021 · 4 comments

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@samimessaoudi samimessaoudi commented Aug 12, 2021

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@ianlancetaylor ianlancetaylor commented Aug 12, 2021

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@dmitshur dmitshur commented Aug 13, 2021

Please provide more information about this request.

What do you suggest be published (Go releases, or something else)?

Which Snap Store are you referring to? Link?

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@samimessaoudi samimessaoudi commented Aug 13, 2021

Distribute Go binary releases through Snap Store in order to make it installable and updatable on linux using snap CLI sudo snap install go for example.
The distribution process would be triggered automatically on releases by setting a GitHub action or using existant Go build tool.
Publishing Guide: Snapcraft publishing guide

@dmitshur dmitshur changed the title Publish to the Snap Store x/build: publish Go binary releases to the Snap Store Aug 13, 2021
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@ALTree ALTree commented Aug 14, 2021

Unless I'm not up to date on this, the Release Team does not package and publish Go for Linux distros (for example the .deb package for debian, etc...). They have external packagers/maintainers. Why would snap be different?

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