Canonical Releases Snapd 2.26 Snappy Daemon with Tab-Completion Support in Snaps

Snapd 2.26 is here only two weeks after the previous maintenance release, but it looks like it’s yet another hefty update adding quite a number of improvements and new features. The biggest new feature being the implementation of tab-completion in Snaps, which means that Snap packages can now ship pre-loaded with a bash completion script that will be exported to user’s shell. Also new in the Snapd 2.26 release is better support for Go 1.8, improvements to the API (Application Programming Interface) interface, support for mediate netlink sockets via seccomp, better tab-completion for interfaces, improved output for the “snap info” command, as well as improvements to the browser-support, locale-control, an dbus interfaces.

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