Meet the app-get - An AppImages Manager via Command Line
Manage your AppImages in a practical way and through the terminal.
AppImages manager via command line
If you want to add a new package to the project, follow these steps:
- Fork the project
- Clone your fork
- Edit the
- This file has data separated by spaces per line. And each field has a certain information:
|command||name||category||version||Architecture||AppImage link||website||icon/.desktop automatic|
|application command||name (usually with capital letters)||Category based on .desktop||Program version||64 or 32||AppImage link, use only the official project link, preferably from a Git repository||Inform the official website of the program||If when you run AppImage for the first time and it opens a box asking if you want to create the .desktop and the icon automatically, check
Example for the
Add only those that you have tested on your machine.
- Add a program icon in PNG, example:
foobar.pngformat with 256x256 resolution to the directory:
- Submit a Pull Request
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