You may download the source tar ball or the RPM. The RPM has been tested on RedHat 7.x machines but if you're using something else, you're probably better off downloading the source RPM (doing an 'rpm --rebuild rust-X.X-X.src.rpm' then installing the resulting rust-X.X.X-YYY.rpm).
I'd appreciate any info concerning compatibility or if anyone would be interested in testing or creating RPMs for other versions/platforms.

The latest version is 0.1-8



Previous releases are available here

You may also choose to use the source tarball. In this case, the usual ./configure; make ; make install will work. More interestingly though, you can create an RPM from the source, using the script. Here's how:

    tar zxvf rust-X.X-X.tar.gz
    cd rust-X.X-X
    ./crust/ /fullpath/to/rust-X.X-X/rust.spec "$INC" rust 0.1

After a little compiling and rpm magic, you may now install the RUST rpm found under ~/rust/RPMS/.

If you try RUST and find bugs, would like to see some special feature included or are simply satisfied with the results, please use the sourceforge interface and let me know. You could also join the users mailing list.

The RUST package is free software; you can redistribute RUST and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. See the LICENSE file or the GNU website for information concerning the GPL.


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