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Maintaining a HandBrake flatpak repository
These instructions do not currently work
The flatpak gnome runtime sdk does not currently include nasm. HandBrake requires nasm during the build process, so following these instructions will result in a build error. Hopefully the gnome runtime will get updated in the not too distant future to include nasm (and yasm as well). The freedesktop runtime has already been updated to include these.
See: NASM flatpak issue
Creating a new empty flatpak repository
This would be done once to set up the repo users update their HandBrake flatpaks from. This repo gets served via http to users.
Initialize a new repository
ostree init --mode=archive-z2 --repo=<repo-dir>
Add the new repository to your flatpak remotes
flatpak --user remote-add --gpg-import=<pub-gpg-key> <repo-name> <repo-dir>
Install flatpak and flatpak-builder
sudo dnf install flatpak flatpak-builder
Install flathub repository.
flatpak remote-add --if-not-exists flathub https://dl.flathub.org/repo/flathub.flatpakrepo
Install flatpak gnome SDK.
flatpak install flathub org.gnome.Sdk//3.26
Install flatpak gnome runtime platform.
flatpak install flathub org.gnome.Platform//3.26
Create a new HandBrake flatpak bundle
This may be done on a different machine than the repo.
From the HandBrake source tree, update build versions by running configure
./configure --prefix=/app --flatpak
Build flatpaks for GUI and CLI.
Results will be in build/pkg/flatpak/
cd build make pkg.create.flatpak
Importing flatpak bundles into the repository
For each build, a GUI and CLI flatpak bundle is imported.
Import a bundle
flatpak build-import-bundle <repo-dir> <flatpak-bundle>
Update the flatpak repo index
flatpak build-update-repo --generate-static-deltas <repo-dir>
Regenerate and gpg-sign ostree summary
ostree summary --repo=<repo-dir> --gpg-sign=<key-id> -u
Check repo and application
List contents of the repo
flatpak --user remote-ls <repo-name>
Install the application (if you wish to test it)
flatpak --user install <repo-name> <app-name>