[MonoDevelop] Flatpack information
mvcalder at gmail.com
Fri Nov 18 14:07:11 UTC 2016
Im sure a lot of thought went into this, but wouldn't it make more sense
for a sandbox to mount a non existant directory so that existing
directories could be optioned in?
For now, I'll try moving my dependencies around.
On Nov 18, 2016 8:59 AM, "Eberhard Beilharz" <eb1 at sil.org> wrote:
> http://flatpak.org/developer.html#Working_with_the_Sandbox shows the
> available options. You can run MD with flatpak run --filesystem=host
> com.xamarin.MonoDevelop to see the host filesystem. This works if you
> have files in e.g. /opt. However, it won't help if you have libraries and
> files under /usr because the sandbox provides it's own version of /usr and
> doesn't merge it with the host filesystem.
> I hope there will be a way soon to run/debug applications in MD 6 that
> need additional libraries that are not pre-packaged in the flatpak sandbox.
> Matt Calder <mvcalder at gmail.com> <mvcalder at gmail.com>
> wrote on 2016-11-18 at 14:49 +0100:
> I tried to upgrade MD to version 6 (on Ubuntu) and discovered the release
> is now distributed via flatpack. The flatpack sandboxing prevents my
> application from seeing the files it uses to do what it does. I have two
> 1) Is there a decent user (as opposed to packager) tutorial for flatpack?
> My google searches came up empty. Specifically, I need to un-sandbox a lot
> of files and other resources.
> 2) Is there a point in the future at which time the regular apt packages
> will catch up to the flatpack version? I am willing to wait if it means
> keeping existing workflows in place.
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