Snaps to invoke external processes
spencertparkin at gmail.com
Tue Nov 22 04:43:21 UTC 2016
Well, actually, not unless the customer also installs snapd-xdg-open. Why
is it an add-on? Why not just make it part of snapd?
On Mon, Nov 21, 2016 at 9:09 PM, Spencer Parkin <spencertparkin at gmail.com>
> It's a miracle! It works! Now, for the first time ever, my users (all 0
> of them) can reach the help page by clicking on "help" from within the
> app! Thanks, Didier. You're a real pal.
> On Mon, Nov 21, 2016 at 12:08 AM, Didier Roche <didrocks at ubuntu.com>
>> Le 21/11/2016 à 04:26, Spencer a écrit :
>> > It's been a few weeks now, but last I heard, the snapcraft team was or
>> did a sprint to address current limitations snaps have regarding the
>> invocation of external processes. Specifically, it would be nice to launch
>> the user's default browser with a URL, or let a snap invoke another
>> instance of itself. What's the status on this?
>> Hey Spencer,
>> Default browser should works for some months already if your application
>> (or toolkit, like Qt does) invoke the xdg-open to open the url. This is
>> then transmitted via dbus to an external process on your classic system
>> which then issues the real xdg-open command.
>> For the others, there are been indeed multiple discussions on this at
>> multiple places (here, on the bug report…), but no action or firm
>> decision. I'm CCing Gustavo as he was the one against a more generic
>> intermediate solutions.
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