FOSSA supports Rust codebases through Cargo.
Feature in Alpha
FOSSA's support for Rust with Repository scanning is currently in Alpha.
When Rust code is imported, FOSSA will inspect any
cargo.lock files and download their dependencies for analysis.
- Optional dependencies are currently handled like Java optional dependencies, when they should be enabled/disabled based on features
- FOSSA does not currently understand default/missing features
- FOSSA does not handle path dependencies that point above your repo root
To get started, install the latest release of
fossa-cli from our GitHub releases page:
curl -H 'Cache-Control: no-cache' https://raw.githubusercontent.com/fossas/fossa-cli/master/install-latest.sh | bash
Once installed, run
fossa analyze inside of your repo's root directory to analyze your Rust project using cargo.
You can view our extended documentation for Rust here.
Currently, FOSSA supports only public packages on the Cargo registry.
Cargo packages are downloaded and extracted for full code auditing; metadata from the registry and
cargo.toml manifest are parsed and extracted.
Updated 6 months ago