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An interface for Intel SGX enclaves. This is the interface for the x86_64-fortanix-unknown-sgx target. This is a small yet functional interface suitable for writing larger enclaves. In contrast to other enclave interfaces, this interface is primarly designed for running entire applications in an enclave. This crate fully describes the type-level interface complete with documentation. For implementors, this crate contains all the type definitions and a macro with the function definitions.

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Fortanix Rust Enclave Development Platform

Runtime Encryption Slack Build Status

The Fortanix Rust EDP is the preferred way to write Intel SGX enclaves from scratch.

Get started now.

# Install EDP components
rustup target add x86_64-fortanix-unknown-sgx --toolchain nightly
cargo install fortanix-sgx-tools sgxs-tools
echo >> ~/.cargo/config -e '[target.x86_64-fortanix-unknown-sgx]\nrunner = "ftxsgx-runner-cargo"'

# Check your SGX setup

# Run your enclave!
cargo new --bin hello-world
cd hello-world
cargo run --target x86_64-fortanix-unknown-sgx


Looking for the in-enclave source code? Check out the rust-lang/rust repository.


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