Following on from earlier efforts to make Hitori a flatpak app, it’s now available as a GNOME nightly app (click here to install), built from git master.
Thanks to hard work by Alex Larsson and others, this was ridiculously easy (see the wiki page on it):
- Write flatpak manifest with source and build instructions for Hitori (test locally with flatpak-builder)
- Add .app file pointing to it in gnome-apps-nightly
- Wait for build to complete
- Add .flatpakref file pointing to the build in gnome-apps-nightly
Speaking of Hitori, I don’t have much time to maintain it at the moment, and there are some interesting open feature requests. If anybody is looking for a fun little project to take on, I am happy to mentor work on them.