I need a tool for creating a package .tar.gz in my rust project library with bindings to C++.
I need packing executable (bin file) and files bindings.cpp and bindings.h.
What is the best way (tool) for this?
I found the cargo package but it is insufficient.
Cargo can't do it.
It's not for releasing precompiled binaries. It's not for publishing anywhere else than a source-based Rust-only registry like crates.io.
Write a shell script or a
Makefile or use any other tool.
I would use whatever installer technology is natural for your OS. So on Windows you might be using MSI/WIX, Linux might create
*.rpm files, and so on.
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