dittolive-ditto-sys

namedittolive-ditto-sys
created_at2021-03-23 20:04:23.984602
updated_at2023-12-18 22:19:02.642948
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descriptionNative bindings to Ditto library
homepagehttps://www.ditto.live
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Hamilton Chapman

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# `libdittoffi` System Crate This is a `*-sys` crate that is responsible for downloading the underlying Ditto library for your target platform and exposing it to your Rust application. Typical users of `dittolive-ditto` will not need to interact with this crate directly, except for debugging purposes. ## Building The included `build.rs` script will attempt to detect your target architecture and download the appropriate copy the binary `ditto` library (libdittoffi). By default, Cargo (and the underlying linker used by the Rust compiler) will search for this library in [a number of places](https://doc.rust-lang.org/cargo/reference/environment-variables.html#dynamic-library-paths). *If you want to cross-compile for a different rustc target, you may need to manually download the appropriate binary.* You can also manually download the library and place it in one of the searched locations yourself. Further, you can use the environment variable `DITTOFFI_SEARCH_PATH` to specify the directory which *contains* the target library in a way which is platform agnostic. One can also explicitly pass a `-L` argument to rustc via the `RUSTFLAGS` environment variable to specify a library search directory, although this will invalidate the build cache of *all* the dependencies (as touching `RUSTFLAGS` does). Note, you can also override build script behavior in your local Cargo `config.toml` file as described [here](https://doc.rust-lang.org/cargo/reference/build-scripts.html#overriding-build-scripts).
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