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A generator for the install.sh script commonly used to install Rust in Unix environments. It is used By Rust, Cargo, and is intended to be used by a future combined installer of Rust + Cargo.

Usage

./gen-installer.sh --product-name=Rust \ --rel-manifest-dir=rustlib \ --success-message=Rust-is-ready-to-roll. \ --image-dir=./install-image \ --work-dir=./temp \ --output-dir=./dist \ --non-installed-overlay=./overlay \ --package-name=rustc-nightly-i686-apple-darwin \ --component-name=rustc \ --legacy-manifest-dirs=rustlib \ --bulk-dirs=share/doc

Or, to just generate the script.

./gen-install-script.sh --product-name=Rust \ --rel-manifest-dir=rustlib \ --success-message=Rust-is-ready-to-roll. \ --output-script=install.sh \ --legacy-manifest-dirs=rustlib

Note: the dashes in success-message are converted to spaces. The script's argument handling is broken with spaces.

To combine installers.

./combine-installers.sh --product-name=Rust \ --rel-manifest-dir=rustlib \ --success-message=Rust-is-ready-to-roll. \ --work-dir=./temp \ --output-dir=./dist \ --non-installed-overlay=./overlay \ --package-name=rustc-nightly-i686-apple-darwin \ --legacy-manifest-dirs=rustlib \ --input-tarballs=./rustc.tar.gz,cargo.tar.gz

Future work

License

This software is distributed under the terms of both the MIT license and/or the Apache License (Version 2.0), at your option.

See LICENSE-APACHE, LICENSE-MIT for details.