UEFI Reference Specification Protocol Constants and Definitions
The r-efi project provides the protocol constants and definitions of the UEFI Reference Specification as native rust code. The scope of this project is limited to those protocol definitions. The protocols are not actually implemented. As such, this project serves as base for any UEFI application that needs to interact with UEFI, or implement (parts of) the UEFI specification.
The requirements for this project are:
rustc >= 1.31.0
To build this project, run:
Available configuration options are:
- examples: This feature-selector enables compilation of examples. This is disabled by default, since they will only compile successfully on UEFI targets.
No special requirements exist to compile for UEFI targets. Native compilations work out of the box without any adjustments. In case of cross-compilation, you need a target-configuration as input to the rust compiler.
Our recommended way to cross-compile this project is to use
setup your toolchain for cross-compilation, you need:
rustup toolchain install nightly # OR rustup update rustup component add --toolchain nightly rust-src cargo install --force cargo-xbuild
Be sure to update all components to the most recent version. Most of these depend on features only available in nightly, so you need recent versions.
With these installed, it then becomes as simple as the following command to build the example applications shipped with this project:
cargo \ +nightly \ xbuild \ --target x86_64-unknown-uefi \ --features examples \ --examples
- web: https://github.com/r-util/r-efi
- Apache-2.0 OR LGPL-2.1-or-later
- See AUTHORS file for details.