<Back10 ways to use Rust Cargo2/11/2023
Way 1: Use the
cargo doc --open command to generate and open the documentation for your project and its dependencies. It’s a great way to explore the APIs and learn from the source code.
Way 2: Use the
cargo fmt command to automatically format your code according to the Rust style guide. It’s a great way to keep your code consistent and readable.
Way 3: Use the
cargo clippy command to run the Clippy linter on your code. It’s a great way to catch common mistakes and improve your code quality.
Way 4: Use the
cargo check command to quickly check your code for errors without building it. It’s a great way to save time and resources during development.
Way 5: Use the
cargo test command to run all the tests in your project. You can also use the
--test flag to run a specific test or the
--doc flag to run the documentation tests.
Way 6: Use the
cargo bench command to run the benchmarks in your project. You can also use the
--bench flag to run a specific benchmark or the
--features flag to enable or disable features.
Way 7: Use the
cargo run command to build and run your project. You can also use the
--release flag to run it in release mode or the
--bin flag to run a specific binary.
Way 8: Use the
cargo install command to install a binary crate from crates.io or a local path. You can also use the
--force flag to overwrite an existing installation or the
--version flag to specify a version.
Way 9: Use the
cargo new command to create a new project with a default template. You can also use the
--lib flag to create a library project or the
--vcs flag to specify a version control system.
Way 10: Use the
cargo edit command to add, remove, or upgrade dependencies in your project. You need to install the
cargo-edit crate first with
cargo install cargo-edit.
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