Running commands that will call other programs from snap

I am building cli tool to translate human readable descriptions of commands to programs.

Simple example: show calendar will call command call Advanced example perl oneliner that will show first 10 fibonacci sequence elements will call perl -e 'sub f{ $_[0] < 2 ? $_[0] : f($_[0]-1) + f($_[0]-2) } print join(", ", map{ f($_) } 1..10), "\n";'

But without classic I can’t get access from snap to host programs context. I initially described it on forum:

and my source code is here:

in I have seen instruction:

(NEEDS REVIEW) confinement ‘classic’ not allowed. If your snap needs classic confinement to function, please make a request for this snap to use classic by creating a new topic in the forum using the ‘store-requests’ category and detail the technical reasons why classic is required. lint-snap-v2_confinement_classic

Can you please refer to the Process for reviewing classic confinement snaps and let us know which of the requirements for classic confinement your snap has (ie. the ability to launch arbitrary, user defined binaries?) - and which of the supported categories for classic confinement it fits within? Thanks.

@gustawdaniel ping, can you please provide the requested information?

@gustawdaniel - ping, this request cannot proceed without the requested information?

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