The Kivy library can be used to create cross-platform desktop and mobile apps that can be distributed on Linux, OS X, Windows, iOS, and Android. Packaging Kivy apps on Linux is not well-supported. Here is how to get it to work:
Setting up an APT repository is a reasonable way to distribute
.debpackages to end users. You will want to create a signed repository, so that users can perform automated updates of your software (e.g. using
apt-get install -y).
There are two kinds of repositories, "official" and "trivial". Trivial ...read more
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