lp:wasta-offline-setup

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Recent revisions

94. By Justin Luth

2.1.14: support Mint 21.x vanessa and increase compat to 12

Compat 9 is giving lots of deprication warnings in 20.04 where
we are all building. Ubuntu documentation indicates 12 is the
recommended level for 20.04, but "man debhelper" says 13 is now
recommended (and 11 is highly discouraged). 18.04 recommended 11
and knew about 12 as experiental.

So changing the compat level to 12 should in theory work for
still-in-support 18.04, is not cutting edge, and has no black
marks against it. So this sounds like the most reasonable level
to bump up to.

P.S. 22.04 recommends 13 and knows about 14 and 15.

93. By Nate

ignore experimental snap revisions

92. By Nate

properly handle arch-less snaps

91. By Justin Luth

2.1.11 recognize Cinnamon Mint's 20.3 una and Ubuntu 22.04 jammy

90. By Justin Luth

2.1.10: cleanly handle if no snaps exist or snapd not installed.

I noticed this on impish Idri. With the ISO install,
snapd was installed, but there were no snaps included.
So I got errors like
/usr/bin/wasta-offline-snap-setup: line 359: snaps_local["$snap"]: bad array subscript
/usr/bin/wasta-offline-snap-setup: line 431: snap: command not found
/usr/bin/wasta-offline-snap-setup: line 651: snaps_offline["$name"]: bad array subscript

89. By Justin Luth

(2.1.9.1) recognize Cinnamon Mint's 20.1 ulyssa and 20.2 uma

bumping mainly so I am sure I get a build for 21.10 impish.

88. By Nate

launch *-snap-setup with same "elevator" as *-setup (pkexec/sudo)

87. By Rik Shaw

remove woss desktop app launcher

86. By Justin Luth <email address hidden>

non-distributables: add folder hint to template

Installing the local fonts was failing because it
was expecting EVERY file in that folder to be an
installable font. This creating an error status
from some of the other non-font files, and thus,
seeing an error, it fell back to using the
Internet for everything.

Add a folder-name to the template path as a hint
to the end user to create that folder and
organize their downloaded files nicely.

85. By Justin Luth <email address hidden>

TIP: the program is actually called wasta-offline-setup

wasta-offline-backup?

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