Hi there - I’m working on a snap for
ncspot (ncurses spotify player written in Rust). WHen looking at the docs and some samples on github, I see many snapcraft.yaml files using
build-attributes: [no-system-libraries] with the rust plugin.
I’m using snapcraft 3 and when building I am running into the following.
Using 'snap/snapcraft.yaml': Project assets will be searched for from the 'snap' directory. Issues while validating snapcraft.yaml: The 'parts/ncspot/build-attributes' property does not match the required schema: 'no-system-libraries' is not one of ['no-patchelf', 'no-install', 'debug', 'keep-execstack']
So which one of the new options would be the proper one to use?
Also had tried
snapcrft help plugins which only showed 2 options:
- build-attributes: [attribute1, attribute2] A list of special attributes that affect the build of this specific part. Supported attributes: - no-install: Do not run the install target provided by the plugin's build system. Supported by: kbuild - debug: Plugins that support the concept of build types build in Release mode by default. Setting the 'debug' attribute requests that they instead build in Debug mode.
PS - Had read up on https://docs.snapcraft.io/rust-applications/7826 - but that one still uses the
PPS - While looking at a bunch of other Rust projects - I suspect this may not be needed.