Building from source
You need C toolchain, Go toolchain and Make:
On Debian-based system this should work:
apt-get install golang-1.18 gcc libc6-dev make
Additionally, if you want manual pages, you should also have scdoc installed. Figuring out the appropriate way to get scdoc is left as an exercise for reader (for Ubuntu 22.04 LTS it is in repositories).
Recent Go toolchain
maddy depends on a rather recent Go toolchain version that may not be available in some distributions (cough Debian cough).
It should not be hard to grab a recent built toolchain from golang.org:
wget "https://dl.google.com/go/go1.18.9.linux-amd64.tar.gz" tar xf "go1.18.19.linux-amd64.tar.gz" export GOROOT="$PWD/go" export PATH="$PWD/go/bin:$PATH"
- Clone repository
$ git clone https://github.com/foxcpp/maddy.git $ cd maddy
- Select the appropriate version to build:
$ git checkout v0.6.0 # a specific release $ git checkout master # next bugfix release $ git checkout dev # next feature release
- Build & install it
$ ./build.sh # ./build.sh install
- Have fun!