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       cargo-check - Check the current project


       cargo check [OPTIONS]


       Check a local package and all of its dependencies.

       If  the  --package  argument  is  given,  then  SPEC  is  a package id specification which
       indicates which package should be checked.  If it is not given, then the  current  package
       is  checked.   For  more  information  on  SPEC and its format, see the "cargo help pkgid"

       Compilation can be configured via  the  use  of  profiles  which  are  configured  in  the
       manifest.   The  default  profile  for this command is dev, but passing the --release flag
       will use the release profile instead.


       -h, --help
              Print this message.

       -p SPEC, --package SPEC ...
              Package to check.

       -j IN, --jobs IN
              Number of parallel jobs, defaults to # of CPUs.

       --lib  Check only this package's library.

       --bin NAME
              Check only the specified binary.

       --example NAME
              Check only the specified example.

       --test NAME
              Check only the specified test target.

       --bench NAME
              Check only the specified benchmark target.

              Check artifacts in release mode.

              Check with all available features.

       --features FEATURES
              Space-separated list of features to also check.

              Do not check the default feature.

       --target TRIPLE
              Check for the target triple.

       --manifest-path PATH
              Path to the Cargo.toml to compile.

       -v, --verbose
              Use verbose output.

       -q, --quiet
              No output printed to stdout.

       --color WHEN
              Coloring: auto, always, never.


       Check a local package and all of its dependencies

              $ cargo check

       Check a package with optimizations

              $ cargo check --release




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