Ubuntu: What does lint_package_filename_format mean?



Question:

In a review of a .click package of my app, a message contained the following:

lint_package_filename_format  

How can I fix it?


Solution:1

This is a warning message only. It is recommended that the filename for a .click or .snap package follows the format packagename_version_architecture.extension, where:

  • packagename is the fully-qualified package name with developer namespace, e.g. foopackage.johndoe.
  • version is the package version, e.g. 0.1.
  • architecture is the target architecture of any compiled binaries in the package, e.g. armhf or amd64. If the package contains no compiled code, all should be used. If the package is a "fat" package, containing binaries for multiple architectures, multi should be used.
  • extension is either click or snap.

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