Welcome to Cargofox. The goal of this website is to data-mine the community package database of the Rust programming language for interesting information. Is is currently far from fully functional, let alone convenient, but the wishlist is as follows:
- Provide information on size and number of a crate's dependency tree, so you can see what a crate is actually using.
- Provide information on the maintenance, update rate and progress of crates, so you can see who maintains it and how.
- Provide information on a crate's feature flags, what versions of Rust it builds on, what OS's it builds on, and other such minor useful things.
- Automatically search, as well as possible, for anomalies or exploits such as the recent NPM incident.
- Integrate with
crev to make verifiable code reviews easy to do and easily available.
- Find crates that are heavily used but poorly maintained or reviewed, to help people prioritize future work.
- Whatever other cool stuff we think of.
Click on a number in the index above to browse crates.