eXe has some information that should be saved in the user’s folder. Otherwise it’ll be lost after installing a newer version. If they were only preferences it won’t be a problem, but users can create their own styles (design skins or themes for their contents) and iDevices (activities). All that should be saved in the ~/.exe folder. That work belongs to the user, and it should be out of the package folders.
The snap file we’d like to release is the one we tried to publish yesterday. To try all that, you can open eXe, enable the advanced mode (right top corner) and go to Styles - Style Manager - Create new style. That style sould be saved in the user’s folder.
As @ogra mentioned, if the only reason your snap is using classic confinement is to be able to access ~/.exe then that is not an appropriate use-case for this to be granted. The personal-files interface exists explicitly to solve this kind of problem, so you should change your snap to confinement: strict and an appropriate personal-files plug, something like the following (and then ensure this is referenced in the plugs for the app entry:
Thank you for your help!
We just uploaded a new one with that code and we get this message: human review required due to ‘allow-installation’ constraint (bool)
I guess that we just have to wait until it’s reviewed. Is that right?
Thank you, @pfsmorigo and @alexmurray
I see that the package can’t be released to stable channel. Is it because it’s not been reviewed yet or is it just that you can’t release those packages there?