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# SPDX-FileCopyrightText: Public domain.
# SPDX-License-Identifier: CC0-1.0
# This template contains all of the possible sections and their default values
# Note that all fields that take a lint level have these possible values:
# * deny - An error will be produced and the check will fail
# * warn - A warning will be produced, but the check will not fail
# * allow - No warning or error will be produced, though in some cases a note
# will be
# The values provided in this template are the default values that will be used
# when any section or field is not specified in your own configuration
# If 1 or more target triples (and optionally, target_features) are specified,
# only the specified targets will be checked when running `cargo deny check`.
# This means, if a particular package is only ever used as a target specific
# dependency, such as, for example, the `nix` crate only being used via the
# `target_family = "unix"` configuration, that only having windows targets in
# this list would mean the nix crate, as well as any of its exclusive
# dependencies not shared by any other crates, would be ignored, as the target
# list here is effectively saying which targets you are building for.
targets = [
# The triple can be any string, but only the target triples built in to
# rustc (as of 1.40) can be checked against actual config expressions
#{ triple = "x86_64-unknown-linux-musl" },
# You can also specify which target_features you promise are enabled for a
# particular target. target_features are currently not validated against
# the actual valid features supported by the target architecture.
#{ triple = "wasm32-unknown-unknown", features = ["atomics"] },
# This section is considered when running `cargo deny check advisories`
# More documentation for the advisories section can be found here:
# The path where the advisory database is cloned/fetched into
db-path = "~/.cargo/advisory-db"
# The url(s) of the advisory databases to use
db-urls = [""]
# The lint level for crates that have been yanked from their source registry
yanked = "warn"
# A list of advisory IDs to ignore. Note that ignored advisories will still
# output a note when they are encountered.
ignore = [
# If this is true, then cargo deny will use the git executable to fetch advisory database.
# If this is false, then it uses a built-in git library.
# Setting this to true can be helpful if you have special authentication requirements that cargo-deny does not support.
# See Git Authentication for more information about setting up git authentication.
#git-fetch-with-cli = true
# This section is considered when running `cargo deny check licenses`
# More documentation for the licenses section can be found here:
# List of explicitly allowed licenses
# See for list of possible licenses
# [possible values: any SPDX 3.11 short identifier (+ optional exception)].
allow = [
# The confidence threshold for detecting a license from license text.
# The higher the value, the more closely the license text must be to the
# canonical license text of a valid SPDX license file.
# [possible values: any between 0.0 and 1.0].
confidence-threshold = 0.8
# Allow 1 or more licenses on a per-crate basis, so that particular licenses
# aren't accepted for every possible crate as with the normal allow list
exceptions = [
# Each entry is the crate and version constraint, and its specific allow
# list
#{ allow = ["Zlib"], name = "adler32", version = "*" },
# Some crates don't have (easily) machine readable licensing information,
# adding a clarification entry for it allows you to manually specify the
# licensing information
# The name of the crate the clarification applies to
name = "ring"
# The optional version constraint for the crate
version = "*"
# The SPDX expression for the license requirements of the crate
expression = "MIT AND ISC AND OpenSSL"
# One or more files in the crate's source used as the "source of truth" for
# the license expression. If the contents match, the clarification will be used
# when running the license check, otherwise the clarification will be ignored
# and the crate will be checked normally, which may produce warnings or errors
# depending on the rest of your configuration
license-files = [
# Each entry is a crate relative path, and the (opaque) hash of its contents
{ path = "LICENSE", hash = 0xbd0eed23 },
# If true, ignores workspace crates that aren't published, or are only
# published to private registries.
# To see how to mark a crate as unpublished (to the official registry),
# visit
ignore = false
# One or more private registries that you might publish crates to, if a crate
# is only published to private registries, and ignore is true, the crate will
# not have its license(s) checked
registries = [
# This section is considered when running `cargo deny check bans`.
# More documentation about the 'bans' section can be found here:
# Lint level for when multiple versions of the same crate are detected
multiple-versions = "warn"
# Lint level for when a crate version requirement is `*`
wildcards = "allow"
# The graph highlighting used when creating dotgraphs for crates
# with multiple versions
# * lowest-version - The path to the lowest versioned duplicate is highlighted
# * simplest-path - The path to the version with the fewest edges is highlighted
# * all - Both lowest-version and simplest-path are used
highlight = "all"
# List of crates that are allowed. Use with care!
allow = [
#{ name = "ansi_term", version = "=0.11.0" },
# List of crates to deny
deny = [
# Each entry the name of a crate and a version range. If version is
# not specified, all versions will be matched.
#{ name = "ansi_term", version = "=0.11.0" },
# Wrapper crates can optionally be specified to allow the crate when it
# is a direct dependency of the otherwise banned crate
#{ name = "ansi_term", version = "=0.11.0", wrappers = [] },
# Certain crates/versions that will be skipped when doing duplicate detection.
skip = [
#{ name = "ansi_term", version = "=0.11.0" },
# Similarly to `skip` allows you to skip certain crates during duplicate
# detection. Unlike skip, it also includes the entire tree of transitive
# dependencies starting at the specified crate, up to a certain depth, which is
# by default infinite
skip-tree = [
#{ name = "ansi_term", version = "=0.11.0", depth = 20 },
# This section is considered when running `cargo deny check sources`.
# More documentation about the 'sources' section can be found here:
# Lint level for what to happen when a crate from a crate registry that is not
# in the allow list is encountered
unknown-registry = "warn"
# Lint level for what to happen when a crate from a git repository that is not
# in the allow list is encountered
unknown-git = "warn"
# List of URLs for allowed crate registries. Defaults to the index
# if not specified. If it is specified but empty, no registries are allowed.
allow-registry = [""]
# List of URLs for allowed Git repositories
allow-git = []
# 1 or more organizations to allow git sources for
#github = [""]
# 1 or more organizations to allow git sources for
#gitlab = [""]
# 1 or more organizations to allow git sources for
#bitbucket = [""]