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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" 6.2

Merged a lot of little modules to save time in "sync" and "update"

  • New contains -b/backup-o/overwritelock and unlock, i.e. all the four options you use to keep the installed version of your favourite apps;
  • Updated that now contains both -R (to quick remove without propting) and -r/remove (with prompt);
  • New containt apikey and newrepo;
  • Now includes also --force-latest;
  • New, as the name suggests, contains -l/list and -q/query;
  • Options --enable-completion--disable-completion and --user/appman for "AM" are built into  APP-MANAGER;
  • New contains --sandbox/--firejail and -H/--home;
  • The option -c/clean (from module now can remove the old modules;
  • The option -w/web has been completelly removed (the command "am -a $APP-1 $APP-2 $APP-N | grep "://"" does better);
  • All obsolete modules are been completelly removed.

Full Changelog 6.1.4...6.2

Release "AM" 6.2 · ivan-hc/AM