Brewing your own Rust toolchain
Assuming you already have rustup with a (stable or beta) toolchain installed, the following list of shell commands will get you a fresh homebrewed Rust toolchain.
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:rust-lang/rust.git cd rust # switch branch here at will ! # This builds the extended rust for your machine using your local rust. ./configure --enable-extended --tools=rsl,rustmft,src --prefix=~/.local --enable-local-rust ./x.py install # This makes rustup aware of your toolchain rustup link myrust $HOME/.local # builds rust for the specified targets but skips docs ./configure --disable-docs --prefix=~/.local --enable-local-rust # We might for fun add here more targets such as msp430 or avr # There may be a way to directly install the newly built targets but I couldn't find it ./x.py dist --target=thumbv7em-none-eabihf,thumbv7em-none-eabi,thumbv7m-none-eabi,thumbv6m-none-eabi pushd build/dist for f in $(ls rust-std*.tar.xz); do tar xf $f; done for d in $(ls -d rust-std*/); do pushd $d; ./install.sh --prefix=$HOME/.local; popd; done
You can even
rustup default myrust if you dare!