snap-core16:fix-version

Last commit made on 2018-09-03
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4e99d1c... by Michael Vogt on 2018-09-03

snapcraft.yaml: fix silly typo

dee698b... by Michael Vogt on 2018-08-31

snapcraft: use date based version for now

The current core16 is very much a developer version so it seems
fine to append the date to the version for now. We will need to
come up with a smarter version schema later but this should be
okay for now.

0e38a58... by Michael Vogt on 2018-08-28

fix 95-no-snapd-in-core16 hook

ee29a42... by Michael Vogt on 2018-08-28

Merge remote-tracking branch 'core/master'

0b07f72... by Michael Vogt on 2018-08-28

README.md: updated for core16

b2e297f... by Michael Vogt on 2018-08-28

Merge pull request #93 from mvo5/unwind-alternatives

hooks: unwind /etc/alternatives

7e4bfdf... by Michael Vogt on 2018-08-27

91-unwind-alternatives.chroot: resolve only a single level of alternatives symlinks

b4b9d5d... by Michael Vogt on 2018-08-24

travis.yaml: update chroot url

bf1d8f2... by Michael Vogt on 2018-08-21

hooks: unwind /etc/alternatives

The core snap currently ships with a bunch of files pointing to
/etc/alternatives. E.g.

    /usr/bin/awk -> /etc/alternatives/awk -> /usr/bin/gawk

This is problematic because /etc is mounted from the host so
a user how configured a different awk which is not part of
core will have a dangling symlink (because /usr comes from
the core snap of course).

There is a small risk with this PR as it changes the existing
behaviour. However I would argue its worth it because the
current "awk" that you get in the core snap depends on the
host you run your snap in. Which is not the predictable
behaviour we want.

20ba83d... by Michael Vogt on 2018-07-05

Merge remote-tracking branch 'core/master'