rqlite snap packaging

Mark Shuttleworth mark at ubuntu.com
Wed Jan 4 08:49:30 UTC 2017

Happy New Year everyone, and I wanted to bounce this message to the list
because the link has super-useful instructions for those of you setting
up CI-based daily-release-to-edge.

I think Travis is the right starting point if you are using Travis
already, and the Launchpad Builder approach has the benefit for those of
you wanting to provide multi-architecture snaps.

Having an automatic push and release to the edge channel is a GREAT way
to build your developer community, because it lets all your core
contributors and users provide rapid feedback on the evolution of the
tip of your master development branch. We currently have an edge channel
that is suited for development trunk branches, but we will soon have
additional channels with an edge that suits stable branches too. For now
I would recommend just setting up a daily / CI-smoketest based trunk
release to edge.


On 03/01/17 20:24, Evan Dandrea wrote:
> Happy New Year, Phillip.
> You might also be interested in this documentation on how to use
> Travis or Launchpad to automatically build and publish snaps for each
> commit on Github:
> http://snapcraft.io/docs/build-snaps/ci-integration

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