Package Details: rust-nightly-bin 1.50.0_2020.12.05-1

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Package Base: rust-nightly-bin
Description: Fast, concurrent, safe. The Rust programming language and its package manager, Cargo.
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Keywords: cargo development rust
Licenses: custom, MIT, Apache
Conflicts: cargo, cargo-git, cargo-nightly, cargo-nightly-bin, rust, rust-docs, rust-git, rust-nightly
Provides: cargo, cargo-nightly, rust, rust-docs, rust-nightly
Submitter: michaelsproul
Maintainer: SolarAquarion
Last Packager: SolarAquarion
Votes: 60
Popularity: 0.81
First Submitted: 2014-04-20 03:15
Last Updated: 2020-12-06 02:08

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Binero commented on 2014-12-11 13:53

Is this broken? The nightlies are stuck on December 8th it seems.

michaelsproul commented on 2014-12-07 17:45

Update: This package now installs to /usr/local to get around some (hopefully temporary) inadequacies in Rust's linking.

I've also found that I can speed up installation by lowering the xz compression level used to create packages. You can achieve this by setting COMPRESSXZ=(xz -c -z -0 -) in /etc/makepkg.conf.

Credit to duncanvr for the compression trick:

0X1A commented on 2014-11-20 22:24

@gnusouth What tarball are you pulling for this package? Running `rustc --version` gives me "(ceeac26de 2014-11-04 21:26:23 +0000)". Which is over two weeks old.

michaelsproul commented on 2014-09-23 00:07

@flying-sheep: That's really weird... I just rebuilt the package on my own machine and didn't see anything vaguely similar. Maybe you got a corrupt archive? The PKGBUILD generator doesn't add hashes to the PKGBUILD at the moment, but it wouldn't be too hard to add. Have you tried again recently?

flying-sheep commented on 2014-09-20 17:55

eh, left out headers for “df”, but the percentages is the free space. everything has plenty free except my recovery and my windows partition

flying-sheep commented on 2014-09-20 17:52

really strange: bsdtar fails to extract many things, and my system starts acting weirdly as if my RAM was full, but it isn’t.

after hundreds of messages like

rust-nightly-x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu/doc/rustc/llvm/fn.LLVMCallFrameAlignmentOfType.html: Can't create 'rust-nightly-x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu/doc/rustc/llvm/fn.LLVMCallFrameAlignmentOfType.html'

the build fails, and during the build, my plasma-desktop and firefox crash. yet:

$ free -h
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 7.7G 3.7G 4.1G 34M 9.2M 2.4G
$ df -h | sort -hk 5
tmpfs 3,9G 2,5M 3,9G 1% /tmp
tmpfs 3,9G 76K 3,9G 1% /dev/shm
tmpfs 794M 8,0K 794M 1% /run/user/1000
/dev/sdd3 932G 63G 867G 7% /opt
/dev/sdd2 932G 258G 674G 28% /run/media/phil/Data
/dev/sdc2 96M 48M 49M 50% /boot
/dev/sde1 15G 8,1G 6,9G 54% /run/media/phil/ARCH_201404
/dev/sdc5 126G 69G 57G 55% /
/dev/sdc4 107G 74G 33G 70% /run/media/phil/08F4ED1FF4ED102C
/dev/sdc1 300M 278M 23M 93% /run/media/phil/Wiederherstellung

any ideas?

bitcrusher commented on 2014-09-01 20:53

Thanks for this and rust-vim-git

yjerem commented on 2014-08-06 03:05

@oconner663: Oh hey, I just did that a couple days ago, rust-vim-git. :)

oconnor663 commented on 2014-08-04 10:32

Sounds good. I might add an AUR package for at some point.

michaelsproul commented on 2014-08-03 11:22

@oconner663: I thought about doing that but decided against it because of the abudence of editors and methods for editor configuration (e.g. Pathogen vs Vundle vs Global). There's a link to a vim package in the repo readme, and I'd be happy to add a link for Emacs. If you use Emacs and know what the best option is, a pull request would be much appreciated. I also made an AUR package for gedit, and there's another one for Kate. All the official syntax files are in the Rust repo itself (rust-lang/rust).