Who builds the build scripts? (We do.)

There's a lot of options out there for people who want to spend weeks configuring their release pipeline. We think there should be an option for folks who'd rather it take minutes.

Inconvenient installation truths


Issues about installation

observed across a variety of open source developer tool repos on GitHub


Top professional software development environment

per Stack Overflow Developer survey for the last 5+ years


Number of times a user will try to install your software before they give up

We're on a mission to make your software as portable as possible.

It's 2024- asking your users jump through hoops to install your software is a great way to ensure they won't use it. By just supporting only a single platform or package ecosystem you are dropping users on the floor.

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Our users say it best

Almost too good to be true

"Part of the delight with Rust for us has been its ability to generate cross-platform software without sacrificing performance and without external dependencies. That said, it left us with a thorny (if quotidian) problem: how do we automate the generation and release of binaries across multiple platforms? When Axo released cargo-dist it immediately caught our attention: reducing the toil to a single command sounded almost too good to be true. But when it came time to release our CLI, cargo-dist delivered, saving us from the tedium of generating binaries without inducing drag of its own. And as we started broadening OS support, the Axo team was responsive and collaborative; we would recommend them without hesitation!”

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Bryan Cantrill

Worth the switch

"When axodotdev approached us about integrating with cargo-dist, we were hesitant. Our current release process worked, and we weren't sure the effort was worth the possible distraction and disruption that often comes with a new system. But when we kepting running into issues coordinating release tasks in our homespun system, we realized something needed to change. Transitioning took almost no time at all, and it's been seamless ever since. If you are on the fence about switching out a legacy release process, we'd recommend you take the plunge and try out axodotdev; it's worth it!"

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Pekka Enberg
CTO at Turso

Obvious utility

"Axos tools: you didn't know you need them until you see them, but their utility and use is readily apparent.”

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Florian Gilcher
Managing Director at Ferrous Systems

Saved countless hours

" has solved one of the most painful and time consuming pieces of open source software -- building, packaging, and releasing. By using cargo-dist, we've saved countless hours not building a custom release pipeline, and instead spent these hours focused on our product."

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Miles Johnson
Founder at moonrepo

Changed the game

"Axo tooling has fundamentally changed the game in the professionalism of my projects and tools. They've saved me from the immense amount of time it takes to do this stuff manually. I’m a diehard fan now; can’t wait for what's coming next, because it’s been banger after banger."

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Kat Marchán
Maintainer at orogene
Devtools Engineer at Microsoft
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