A guide to cross-compilation in Rust

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  • rust-crosscompile

    A short example of cross-compiling with Rust (by gregstoll)

    To follow along, see the GitHub repo for this project.

  • cross

    “Zero setup” cross compilation and “cross testing” of Rust crates

    There is some built-in support in rustc for cross-compiling, but getting the build to actually work can be tricky due to the need for an appropriate linker. Instead, we’re going to use the Cross crate, which used to be maintained by the Rust Embedded Working Group Tools group.

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