Hi, could you include some build instructions for people that are
unfamiliar with compiling rust code?


On 08.01.2017 17:57, James Pharaoh wrote:
> Hi everyone,
>
> I'm pleased to announce a new version of my btrfs-dedupe tool, written
> in rust, available here:
>
> http://btrfs-dedupe.com/
>
> Binary packages built on ubuntu (probably will work elsewhere, but
> haven't tried this), are available at:
>
> https://dist.wellbehavedsoftware.com/btrfs-dedupe/
>
> This version is considered ready for production use. It maintains a
> compressed database of the filesystem state, and it tracks file
> metadata, hashes file contents, and the extent-map contents, in order
> to work out what needs to be deduplicated.
>
> This is a whole-file deduplication tool, similar to bedup, but since
> it is written in Rust, and designed to work with the dedupe ioctl, I
> think it's more suitable for production use.
>
> As normal for open source, this comes without any warranty etc, but
> the only updates are performed via the defragment and deduplication
> ioctls, and so assuming they work correctly then this should not cause
> any corruption.
>
> Please feel free to contact me with any questions/problems.
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