While it is possible to install dependencies with platform specific
tools (such as
apt on Debian, etc), it is far more recommended to
use nix to build qaul.net instead.
While the actual build isn't handled by nix (yet), it makes aquiring the dependencies a lot easier. Follow the instructions on how to install nix on your platform here
shell.nix in the qaul.net repo root defines dependencies. Fetch
them into your environment by running
nix-shell in the repo root
(this might take a while).
Afterwards you can simple run
cargo build --bin qaul-hubd --release
to build a new hubd binary.
The output artefact will be written to
❤ (uwu) ~/p/code> cd qaul.net direnv: loading ~/projects/code/qaul.net/.envrc direnv: export +AR +AR_FOR_TARGET +AS +AS_FOR_TARGET +CC // ... snip ... ❤ (uwu) ~/p/c/qaul.net> cargo build lorri-keep-env-hack-qaul ...