Hello! I am new to snap (and sort of ubuntu) but excited to use it as it seems like the best packaging system for my application.
For my first snap I am attempting intel’s pyrealsense2 which is a python wrapper for c++ code that interacts with their cameras, it has a pip install as well as a github repo (which contains an example file I want to run) so my yaml is this (nothing else except header and grade/confinement):
parts: pyrealsense2: source-type: git source: https://github.com/IntelRealSense/librealsense.git plugin: python python-version: python3 python-packages: - pyrealsense2
should my git and python package be in separate parts?
which to my surprise all snapcrafts and installs fine (minus 1 warning for libusb), however pyrealsense is not like a finished app where you can just run
bin/pyrealsense and get it, so setting up an app/command for this like most of the tutorials do does not work and this is where I don’t understand exactly what to do. I want to make a command that simply goes into the directory from the github, specifically: https://github.com/IntelRealSense/librealsense/tree/master/wrappers/python/examples
and runs a python file in this folder. I am just struggling to understand what exactly I need for the path and the rest of the command in this case?