10-21, 13:45–13:55 (Europe/Paris), Main track (Gym)
In this talk, we will address the different existing strategies to package an arbitrary Rust crate. Our goals are to try to minimize the amount of Nix code required to quick start, discussing how to deal with overlays, and finally demonstrating why Nix offers a greater cross-compilation developer experience than Cargo.
Existing solutions that will be compared are
crane (used by
We will analyze what are the derivations produced for each of those and inspect how IFDs are used.
Mid-levelDo you allow your talk to be recorded? – yes
Yvan Sraka has a master's degree in math and computer sciences applied to biology from the Sorbonne University in Paris. Having discovered C++ programming as a child, he is involved in open-source communities. His previous commercial experience includes working in 3D Graphics and Runtime design with Rust, Nix, and Haskell. He used to teach Systems programming, Architecture, and DevOps to master's students and design algorithm competitions and kids/teens coding workshops (where he helps them build small video games). He lives in Belgium, loves biking, hiking, climbing, and vegan cooking.