A while ago, I tried to make a snap for my sqlfite flutter project. There were endless downloads and 30gb later, my system was at 0mb and I had a friend teamsource my computer and save me.
Is it still like this? Do we still need to really make a fresh ubuntu virtual machine? Exactly… how much is needed? I have approx 15gb left on my ubuntu partition and no gb to spare (dual boot with ubuntu as main driver)… I would not want to use more than 10gb during the trip to the wifi If I remember correctly, it makes a new drive and re-downloads EVERYTHING.
My git does not include the db and the db also needs a script file to break it up into 50mb parts
I also need to delete this extreme overhead as soon as it is built. Please instruct.
In short, the git is here: (cannot post link) see github /bksubhuti/tipitaka-pali-reader
I built an ms windows msix with a simple command line and no big hassle. I also built a electron-builder snap before with no problem (Tipitaka Pali Projector).
I’m asking before I do this because last time, snapcraft destroyed my system.