snapd 2.0.10 comes two weeks after the release of the 2.0.9 version, which introduced full Snap confinement on the elementary OS 0.4 “Loki” operating system, among several other goodies. However, the most interesting part of today’s announcement for snapd 2.0.10 is that it also landed for Fedora 24 users in the COPR repository.
So if you don’t want to use Flatpak, you can now install the latest Snappy implementation on Fedora too. “Fedora users can now get snapd 2.0.10 from the COPR repository. There are many bug fixes and new features in this release,” said Zygmunt Krynicki, Technical Lead in UES Commercial Engineering at Canonical.
As for the changes implemented by the Snappy development team in the snapd 2.0.10 release, we invite our tech-savvy readers and developers who would like to package their applications as Snaps for various GNU/Linux distribution to take a look at the changelog attached at the end of the article. There are a total of 82 changes in snapd 2.0.10.
Submitted by: Arnfried Walbrecht
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