#Lagrange is now available on Flathub.
Flatpak apps are sandboxed so it stores user files in a different place than a regular build. Otherwise works pretty much the same.
@jk nice work! is there an appimage on the horizon? Of the 3 (snap/flatpack/appimage) that's my fav.
I'm still installing by source for now.
@tomasino No immediate plans for AppImage but I could look into it. The build is pretty simple so it shouldn’t be too much of a problem.
@jk nice one! I've been asked to do this with Amfora, so if you have resources for this besides the docs I'd be interested.
@makeworld The only thing you need is to write the manifest, basically: https://github.com/flathub/fi.skyjake.Lagrange/blob/master/fi.skyjake.Lagrange.json
You can build/test locally before submitting a PR to Flathub.
Not sure if there's anything specific to console apps, I've only packaged GUI apps so far. Suppose you'll just need to choose the appropriate runtime.
@makeworld Almost forgot, you also need to include an AppData doc: https://github.com/skyjake/lagrange/blob/dev/res/fi.skyjake.Lagrange.appdata.xml
That's where the info for the Flathub page comes from.
@jk Good job with Lagrange! I've just recently discovered Gemini and been testing out different browsers. I think Lagrange is my new favourite.
Right-click on a bookmark in the Bookmarks list and select "Edit...". There's a freeform tags field in there.
The special tags "subscribed", "homepage" and "remotesource" can be toggled via the bookmark context menu, too.
@jk For info .... on PopOS! (Ubuntu 20.04) installed via flatpak, I am not getting the "Edit/freeform tag field "option on right click
skyjake's personal Mastodon instance