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A new version of the AM application manager for AppImage is available. AM is an application manager that is inspired by AUR and serves as an AppImage manager, installer, and updater. It currently contains over 1800 AppImage packages and official standalone applications for GNU/Linux, which are derived from tar and zip archives.



"AM" 6.0.5

  • Option about:
    • remove multiple blank lines in messages (new fix)
  • Option install:
    • fix bad sostitution in local directories under a custom "opt" folder (AppMan)
    • "return 0" for the --debug or --force-latest suboptions
    • most installation scripts create a "version" file containing a URL, number, or word. This happens after downloading the app. Let's use this opportunity to identify the success of the installation. If the file is empty, the app will be deleted, as it is not installed
    • groups post-installation messages to make the output messages more consistent, even if there are errors
    • hide "squashfs-root" messages
  • Option template:
  • The main script, "APP-MANAGER" (for the option newrepo):
    • the message relating to the new enabled repositories is less invasive, guaranteeing better aesthetics in the event that (whatever the fate) this project should no longer be maintained by me and other developers want to continue adding and distributing software (while maintaining the awareness that the repository in use is not this one)
  • Installation scripts:
    • various bug fixes
    • adapted many scripts to the latest available templates
    • installation scripts for x86_64 programs that are currently available in the database, 1954

Release "AM" 6.0.5 · ivan-hc/AM