Has it been considered that an
snap refresh --dry-run might be useful to many?
I have deferred updates, but there might be something cool coming down the pipe. I won’t know unless I actually update, and by then it’s too late, and the only recourse is to revert again. I’d rather not waste time refreshing a snap only to revert it if I’m not ready for the new changes / features / bugs which are introduced. It seems like
--dry-run would be useful here, to produce a text output of what would get updated were I to update now.
I mean, I could probably script this by iterating through every snap I have installed and
snap info them, look at the
tracking and the channel map and figure out what would get updated. But this feels like something that should exist in snapd / snap.