[Gambas-user] My first working gambas appimage
bsteers4 at gmail.com
Sat Jan 9 14:56:42 CET 2021
On Fri, 8 Jan 2021 at 17:50, Fabien Bodard <gambas.fr at gmail.com> wrote:
> Le ven. 8 janv. 2021 à 18:04, Bruce Steers <bsteers4 at gmail.com> a écrit :
>> Mint20 (I did say)
>> Gambas trunk
>> Yeah, I get it. It's probably going to be better for larger apps.
>> Only other AppImage I have is balena etcher and that's nearly 90mb
>> Also I'm converting my gambas download/compile/install script into a
>> gambas app but will only work of course if gambas is already installed and
>> working. This could be a solution to that 😊
>> Looks very in depth to make it.
>> Can you make an app that does it for us? 😉
> The appimage is only for those who don't wan't to have an application easy
> to deploy and maintain... I remember my suffering on Laurux :-/ ... because
> users was not proprammers and comme for the most part from windows... and
> don't have time to lost in finding why the update of their system break all
> ... I've dreamed to have this kind of tool.
> The size of a appimage or other full embedded are often less big than a
> windows app even if it embbed a full linux distrib or near.
> 40mb for my app ... the most of the size is gtk in fact. It's also 40 mb
> for qt5.
> I'm not like ubuntu poeple that imagine a complete system based on
> snaps... but for some apps like erp .... well why not.... I'm using it
> already for Cura.
I'm thinking it'll be perfect for my app.
the main reason my compiler/installer had to be a shell script and not a
gambas app was because Gambas may not be installed or working when running
it. A gambas app that can run regardless of any previous gambas
installation would be great.
My aim here is to make upgrading gambas to latest version so simple even
those non programmer people from windows can install/upgrade it ;)
Great work Fab.
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