Presently Ubuntu 16.04 install Kexi 2.9.7

Je la 28/04/2016 22:06, Jaroslaw Staniek skribis :
On 28 April 2016 at 21:39, Swarup <> wrote:
On 04/28/2016 03:26 PM, Jaroslaw Staniek wrote: On 13 April 2016 at 21:29, Jaroslaw Staniek <> wrote: On 8 April 2016 at 19:54, Jaroslaw Staniek <> wrote: On Thursday, 7 April 2016, Swarup <> wrote: Hello there, Any improvements made in providing ability for Ubuntu users to upgrade to later versions? I'm still stuck in-- Kexi Version 2.8.5 Hi I am sorry that ubuntu offers no such support for free software. Upgrading the OS can be an option. Or requesting support from ubuntu or someone who can develop a backport. This can be requested on an ubuntu forum. Hi, A modern way of distributing software may help us soon: PS: Another approach for deployment of Kexi is in our backlog, compatible with more Linuxes: The site you are providing here is a generic tool. Are you saying that I would need to use this tool to make a version of Kexi that will run in Ubuntu?
I am not saying you would need this tool. Because it targets more than just Ubuntu, it may be better investment, maybe even better than using Snaps. I did not test anything like that with Kexi though. You can also: - build Kexi by hand on your computer - build Kexi and package it (and share with others?) - use the service to do the same - ask someone else to make a package Finding people that _regularly_ help with packaging Kexi will help the project. Things will improve, just now the focus is on development of the new shiny Kexi 3.
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