Rust implementation status

Sascha Grunert saschagrunert at
Tue Mar 14 19:49:28 CET 2017

Hey guys,

I would really like to do that. For the main development I would throw this into discussion:

I guess it would be more visible to the Rust community if we allow maintaining it via the GitHub repository.

@Jason, what do you think?

Best regards,

Am 14. März 2017, 17:29 +0100 schrieb sopium <sopium at>:
> Hi Sascha and folks,
> ---- On Sun, 05 Mar 2017 20:42:00 +0900 Sascha Grunert <saschagrunert at> wrote ----
> > Hey folks,
> >
> > I want to call for participation of the Rust userspace implementation of WireGuard. The template for the initial implementation was this: and can be found here:
> >
> > What works for now:
> >
> > - A main working executable (`cargo run -- -h`) which parses the command line parameters via the `clap` crate
> > - General debug and tracing support via the `log` crate
> > - Daemonizing support
> > - The wireguard library which creates a local socket and waits for incoming connections (reference implementation)
> >
> > [...]
> I have kept an eye on this. It seems that you were mostly working
> on the `xplatform` stuff, and haven't started on the actual
> implementation of the protocol yet. My code has (partly)
> implemented the protocol, but lacks the `xplatform` ui. So it
> seems like a perfect time to merge efforts. What do you think?
> And to all who are interested in userspace WG impls, in
> particular Rust impls, I have adjusted the goal of my project to
> “to write a secure, compatible, cross-platform and reasonably
> fast user-space implementation of WireGuard in Rust”. I am also
> committed to finishing and maintaining it. There is a big TODO
> list, and contribution is welcome!
> For those not closely following this thread, the project is at:
> Regards,
> Sopium
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