Compiling in chroot? (for security)

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    Pre-emptively created repository so the design can be discussed on the issue tracker before commits are made (repo name may change)

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

    Maybe Cross is something to consider? I don't know how much of a sandbox it is, but it runs Cargo inside a Docker container. It has the same CLI as Cargo, you just have to write cross instead of cargo in the terminal.

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    The people seriously need to just block crate names that are within a tiny string distance of each other. There's no need for "num_cpu" and "num_cpus" to both be valid names. It's been years, and we've seen these problems for years in other package repositories.

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