didrocks at ubuntu.com
Wed Nov 9 09:20:54 UTC 2016
Le 09/11/2016 à 10:15, Boris Rybalkin a écrit :
> One more question, should I expect a hook to run inside my snap
> package and use relative shebang like this?
> Assuming I am packaging python with my snap.
hooks are run using the same context than any "commands:" in your snap.
As long as we don't have snapcraft support, I don't think you will have
the override in PYTHONPATH, PYTHONHOME and such (and I don't know if
that's planned), but I'll give it a try later this week or early new one
to have great python hooks examples.
If you beat me to it, do not hesitate to report your results here!
> Thank you very much for your replies!
My pleasure :)
> On 9 Nov 2016 08:58, "Didier Roche" <didrocks at ubuntu.com
> <mailto:didrocks at ubuntu.com>> wrote:
> Le 09/11/2016 à 09:39, Boris Rybalkin a écrit :
>> Sorry, I did not get that.
>> I am using snapcraft, are you saying that just creating
>> hooks/configure is not enaugh?
> It should be enough if you ensure it's in your final snap in
> meta/hooks/configure. (Look at your prime/ directory).
> Enwei was talking about more advanced snapcraft integration, where
> you point to a file which is then copied for you in meta/hooks.
>> Looks like my hook is not executed:
>> Is it possible to debug the execution of snap install?
>> I would like to see the state of the snap after it failed to
>> start daemons. The only way to see the problem is to run
>> journalctl and guess by startup errors.
> Yeah, hooks are hard to debug, I filed
> <https://bugs.launchpad.net/snappy/+bug/1640114> yesterday about this.
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