I was wondering if you could help me compile a Rust Project that I found on GitHub. I've been trying so hard to find some way to compile it and add my features but it just won't work.
If you can help me in any way, Please post and get in contact. You can also email me:
I really need help as this will help me a lot.
Some details of that can be found here: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=7438
It has been a while since I did this, but I think once you have done that all you need to do is use the Rust Cargo tool and it will download and build packages and that process should be fairly straight forward.
Well, the folder at least.
I always get errors with Cargo. Is there anyway someone can compile the project so i know that it's possible, at least. Thanks so much for the quick responses and help.
I always get errors with Cargo.
If Cargo is not working then that suggests to me your Rust install is broken.
For Rust projects all Rust builds are done using Cargo and it should be as simple as opening a command prompt, moving to the folder that contains the projects Cargo manifest file and then running this command:
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Now if that works, then doing the same in Zeus is as simple as creating a Zeus workspace in that same location as the project and add that exact same command to the Zeus build options found Project section in the Workspace, Options menu dialog.
Then you could use the Zeus Workspace, Build menu to do that build.
But you won't be able to proceed without first having a working Cargo installation.
1. Firstly, I would say you have found a bug in the Rust compiler (which you probably should report to the Rust developer forum).
2.The bug might be also be related to the source code and by that I mean the Rust code might have been developed for an older version of Rust compiler and now the newer compiler is struggling to understand the syntax. If that is the case you might be able to fix this by making a small code fix.
FYI it might also be worth point the image and a question to this forum: https://www.reddit.com/r/rust
Once again, thanks so much.
- Chucky [Hayden]
Based on the replies to that post, the advice suggests that updating the Rust compiler should fix the issue
1. Make sure the Rust install is actually installing the latest Rust compiler (maybe uninstall Rust first )
2. Make sure the build is actually using that new Rust compiler but I am not sure how you do that in Rust.
May try the which.exe tool
Once again, thanks so much. Maybe i will be able to fix it without even knowing how, i'm losing hope anyway.