The gnome extension page states:
This is an updated version of the gnome-3-38 extension that will only work with the core22 …
At the same time, the gnome-3-38 extension page says, directly contradicting the above:
This extension currently only works with the
core20 base snap…
From my experiments,
core22 base has no idea about the
gnome-3-38 extension: it reports it as ‘not found’.
How can these docs be updated?
UPDATE: why is this post marked as spam in god’s name?
I think there is a misunderstanding from your side the first link you mentioned is of the gnome extension which is designed and built for core22 while the second link states of gnone-3-38 which is built on core20, in short both extension are different [gnome vs gnome 3-38]
The docs are right IMHO.
Euh I kinda get what you are saying, but it looks awfully confusing. The page is titled “The gnome extension” and literally reads
This is an updated version of the gnome-3-38 extension that will only work with the core22, built from Ubuntu 22.04 LTS.
So as a random reader I’d reckon the page is just about the Gnome extension. There’s no indication it’s somehow about core22 (or any other core for that matter), and it’s also not clear the page is about a successor to gnome-3-38 (which is what you’re hinting at I assume).
Anyway, I’m totally lost in this “core vs gnome” versions conundrum, and I’m just unable to build Ymuse as I fail to find a working combination of core-gnome-gotk3 flags…
gnome Core22 extension contains GTK3 libraries, it’s functionality equivilent to
Gnome-3-38 in Core20.
It also contains GTK4 / Gnome 42 libraries, making it also viable for GTK4.
core20 doesn’t support GTK4.
This is what’s meant by
Gnome is an “updated version”, but
gnome won’t work for Core20. You’d either want
gnome-3-38 for GTK3 or if your app does make use of GTK4, you’d set the base to Core22. Whether GTK3 or 4,
gnome on Core22 would cover both.
Thanks. Now that you explained it that way it makes sense. I wish the docs were as clear as this explanation.