A cargo subcommand for building
.rpm releases of Rust projects.
- Rust 1.31+ (2018 edition)
cargo rpm by running:
cargo install cargo-rpm.
Configuring a crate
To configure your crate for RPM releases, run
cargo rpm init
This will create a
.rpm/YOURCRATENAME.spec file which is passed to the
rpmbuild command. Though the generated spec should work out of the box,
it may need some customization if the resulting RPM has dependencies or
files other than target binaries.
For more information on spec files, see: http://ftp.rpm.org/max-rpm/s1-rpm-build-creating-spec-file.html
Once your crate has been configured, run
cargo rpm build to build release
targets for your project and package them into an RPM.
If you encounter errors, you may need to see more information about why
rpmbuild failed. Run
cargo rpm build -v to enable verbose mode.
.rpm files will be placed in
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