This is a snap package for our non-stable releases of PowerShell. You can see the RFC here: https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell-RFC/pull/134
The package will be based on the current powershell package at https://github.com/powershell/powershell-snap
Would it make sense to use a track instead of a separate snap name?
@evan, @Wimpress, @popey - can one of you take a look at this topic?
Does a track allow for both packages to be installed at the same time and for the snap to use a different command/alias?
Based on the docs, I don’t see what value a track would add.
@jdstrand I spoke to @TravisEz13 about tracks but the way their preview releases are created (name spaced) tracks aren’t the best fit.
I’m +1 for
powershell-preview being granted classic confinement.
+1 from me too, we know the upstream developer, where the code comes from and the rationale for classic confinement.
Granted classic confinement. This is now live.