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#1518 in Cryptography
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Used in pyoxidizer
Tugger is a generic application packaging and distribution tool.
Tugger implements its functionality across a series of crates:
tugger-binary-analysis- Analyze platform native binaries.
tugger-common- Shared functionality.
tugger-rpm- RPM packaging.
tugger-snapcraft- Snapcraft packaging.
tugger-windows- Common Windows functionality (like binary signing).
tugger-wix- WiX Toolset
tugger- High-level interface and Starlark dialect.
Tugger is part of the PyOxidizer project. However, Tugger is intended to be useful as a standalone project and is developed as such. However, its canonical source repository is the aforementioned PyOxidizer repository.
Tugger is still very alpha and rough around the edges. You probably don't want to use this crate.
tugger crate contains functionality for packaging and distributing
The core of
tugger consists of a set of types for defining packaging
actions and functions to operate on them. There is a frontend component
which defines a Starlark
dialect for allowing these types to be constructed from user-provided
Tugger is part of the PyOxidizer project. While developed in the same repository, Tugger is a generic, standalone Rust crate and utility. It just happens to be developed alongside PyOxidizer.