Now it's possible to export environment variables from the scripts sections in appimage-builder!

Check this post to learn how to do it: azubieta.net/p/exporting-envir

I pleased to announce that a new version of appimage-builder is avaliable! This version (0.8.2) brings important bug fixes and improvements in the pacman support thanks to @anupambasak27

Go and get it while is hot :)
github.com/AppImageCrafters/ap

appimage-builder v0.7.6 available and brings new features and bug fixes.
Now it's possible to create recipes that only include files and not packages. This allows using the tool in all glibc based distributions.

More at: appimagecrafters.github.io/app

A full bunlde includes all the binaries that an application may need at runtime. It provides the "best portability" at the price of bigger bundles (~30 Mb)

Learn to create it at:
appimage-builder.readthedocs.i

Now that appimage-builder has been used in the real world I would like to open a discussion about the recipe format. Comments, suggestions and ideas are welcome :)

github.com/AppImageCrafters/ap

appimage-builder v0.7 was released!
It brings bug fixes, better testing logs and multi-arch AppImages support!

Yes, you can create Wine appimages now!
Go and grab it while is hot!

Heads up! appimage-builder 0.6.1 was released and brings a fix for a nasty bug that make Qt applications not able to find the qt.conf file.

Please update.

@GIMP_Official creation explained, learn how to work around fixed path in binary files while creating AppImages.

and setups are also included

appimage-builder.readthedocs.i

app-manager v0.1.2 is available and brings an improved update implementation (now is faster)

grab it while it's hot: github.com/AppImageCrafters/ap

appimage-builder v0.5.5 is now available. This version brings some critical bug fixes, see the changelog for details.

Get it using pip install appimage-builder

github.com/AppImageCrafters/ap

Do you have a application and want to reach as many users as possible?

Use !

Check the link below to learn how to do it. Try it, it's super simple.

appimage-builder.readthedocs.i

Installing an app in , @gnome @kde should not be more complicated than this!

Now it's possible thanks to and the appimage-manager!

github.com/AppImageCrafters/ap

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