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cargo-screeps

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Build tool for deploying Rust WASM repositories to Screeps game servers.

cargo-screeps wraps cargo-web, adding the ability to trim node.js and web javascript code from the output files, and allows uploading directly to Screeps servers.

The other main project in this organization is screeps-game-api, type-safe bindings to the in-game Screeps API.

These two tools go together well, but do not depend on eachother. cargo-screeps can compile and upload any screeps WASM project buildable with stdweb's cargo-web, and screeps-game-api is usable in any project built with cargo-web.


Build Options

build:

Configured in [build] config section. No required settings.

  1. runs cargo-web build --release to build the rust source
  2. strips off header cargo-web generates for loading WASM file from a URL or the local filesystem
  3. appends initialization call using bytes from require('<compiled module name>')
  4. puts processed JS into target/main.js copy compiled WASM into target/compiled.wasm

upload:

Requires [upload] config section with at minimum username, password and branch.

  1. runs build
  2. reads target/*.js and target/*.wasm, keeping track of filenames
  3. reads screeps.toml for upload options
  4. uploads all read files to server, using filenames as the filenames on the server

copy:

Requires [copy] config section with at minimum destination and branch.

  1. runs build
  2. copies compiled main file and WASM file (default main.js and compiled.wasm) from target/ to <destination directory>/<branch name>/
  3. if pruning is enabled, deletes all other files in <destination directory>/<branch name>/

deploy:

Requires default_deploy_mode configuration setting.

  1. runs build
  2. runs upload or copy depending on the default_deploy_mode configuration option

check:

Does not require configuration.

  1. performs type checking and lifetime checking without compiling code
  • runs cargo web check (see cargo check for non-WASM codebases)

Configuration Options

No namespace

  • default_deploy_mode: controls what cargo screeps deploy does

    This configuration is required for cargo screeps deploy. Possible values are "copy" and "upload".

[upload]

Options for the upload deploy mode.

This section is required to use cargo screeps upload.

  • auth_token: an auth token for your Screeps account

  • username: your Screeps username or email

  • password: your Screeps password

    Either an auth_token or your username/password can be supplied. When both are set the auth token is used. For private servers set a password using screepsmod-auth.

  • branch: the branch on the server to upload files to

  • ptr: if true, upload to the "ptr" realm

  • hostname: the hostname to upload to

    For example, this could be screeps.com, localhost or server1.screepsplu.us.

  • ssl: whether to connect to the server using ssl

    This should generally be true for the main server and false for private servers.

  • port: port to connect to server with

    This should generally be set to 21025 for private servers.

[copy]

Options for the copy deploy mode.

This section is required to use cargo screeps copy.

  • destination: the directory to copy files into

    If this path is not absolute, it is interpreted as relative to screeps.toml

  • branch: the "branch" to copy into

    This is the subdirectory of destination which the js/wasm files will be copied into.

  • prune: if true, extra files found in the destination/branch directory will be deleted

[build]

This configures general build options.

  • output_js_file: the javascript file to export bindings and bootstrapping as (default "main.js")
  • output_wasm_file: the WASM file to rename compile WASM to (default "compiled.wasm")
  • initialize_header_file: a file containing the JavaScript for starting the WASM instance. See overriding the default initialization header

Overriding the default initialization header

cargo-screeps tries to make a reasonable main.js file to load the WASM. However, it's pretty basic, and you might find you want to do some things in JavaScript before loading the WASM module.

Luckily, you can override this initialization! Set build.initialize_header_file to a file containing the JavaScript initialization code.

Two utility functions wasm_fetch_module_bytes and wasm_create_stdweb_vars will always be created, but the initialization header controls what actually runs.

See [docs/initialization-header.md] for more information on this.

Updating cargo screeps

To update cargo-screeps, simply repeat the install process with the --force (-f) flag.

After updating, you'll want to do a full cargo clean to remove any old artifacts which were built using the older version of cargo-screeps.

cargo install -f cargo-screeps
cargo clean
cargo screeps build
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