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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" 6.1.4

  • Option --launcher: now you can add your local AppImages in $PATH (~/.local/bin) using a prompt:
    • if no (n), the script will create another script with the lowercased name of the AppImage, with extension ".appimage"
    • if yes (Y, default) you can choose the name you want, if the command exists or you leave blank, no symlink will be created.
  • Option -c or clean:
    • removed reference to the no longer supported "appdb" directory of early days;
    • remove the above mentioned dead symlinks and scripts if launchers created in --launcher are dead too.
  • Add new dependence "xdg-user-dirs", being the xdg-user-dir command a must have in many scripts due to different names of the same directories in variuos languages (for example, "Scrivania" is the italian of "Desktop");
  • Various code cleanups and bug fixes;
  • Installation scripts for x86_64 apps now available in the database: 1958.

Full Changelog 6.1.3...6.1.4

Release "AM" 6.1.4 · ivan-hc/AM