The ‘install’ keyword has been replaced by 'override-build’
introduced in snapcraft 2.41
install scriptlet was originally introduced as a way to “install” artefacts after a build.
However, as part of an effort to add support for Snapcraft to have this for all lifecycle steps (i.e. not just build), a new scriptlet has been added that encompasses this functionality called
override-build allows you to override the default
build step with your own logic, from which you can call
snapcraftctl build to run the default
Let’s say you currently had an
install scriptlet that looked like this:
install: | echo "This runs after build!"
To get equivalent functionality with the
override-build scriptlet, try this:
override-build: | snapcraftctl build echo "This runs after build!"
See Deprecation notices for further announcements.