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NAME

       cargo-install - Install a Rust binary

SYNOPSIS

       cargo install [OPTIONS] <CRATE>

       cargo install [OPTIONS] --list

DESCRIPTION

       Install a Rust binary

       This command manages Cargo's local set of install binary crates.  Only packages which have
       [[bin]] targets can be installed, and all binaries are  installed  into  the  installation
       root's  bin  folder.   The  installation  root  is  determined, in order of precedence, by
       --root, $CARGO_INSTALL_ROOT, the install.root configuration  key,  and  finally  the  home
       directory (which is either $CARGO_HOME if set or $HOME/.cargo by default).

       There  are  multiple sources from which a crate can be installed.  The default location is
       crates.io but the --git and --path flags can change this source.  If the  source  contains
       more  than  one  package  (such as crates.io or a git repository with multiple crates) the
       argument is required to indicate which crate should be installed.

       Crates from crates.io can optionally specify the version they  wish  to  install  via  the
       --vers  flags,  and  similarly  packages  from git repositories can optionally specify the
       branch, tag, or revision that should be installed.  If a crate has multiple binaries,  the
       --bin  argument  can  selectively  install  only  one of them, and if you'd rather install
       examples the --example argument can be used as well.

       As a special convenience, omitting the <crate> specification  entirely  will  install  the
       crate  in  the  current  directory.   That  is, install is equivalent to the more explicit
       "install --path .".

       If the source is crates.io or --git then by default the crate will be built in a temporary
       target  directory.   To  avoid  this, the target directory can be specified by setting the
       CARGO_TARGET_DIR environment variable to a relative path.   In  particular,  this  can  be
       useful for caching build artifacts on continuous integration systems.

       The --list option will list all installed packages (and their versions).

OPTIONS

   Query options
       --list List all installed packages (and their versions).

   Specifying what crate to install
       --vers VERS
              Specify a version to install from crates.io.

       --git URL
              Git URL to install the specified crate from.

       --branch BRANCH
              Branch to use when installing from git.

       --tag TAG
              Tag to use when installing from git.

       --rev SHA
              Specific commit to use when installing from git.

       --path PATH
              Filesystem path to local crate to install.

   Built and install options
       -h, --help
              Print this message.

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

       --features FEATURES
              Space-separated list of features to activate.

       --all-features
              Build all available features.

       -f, --force
              Force overwriting existing crates or binaries

       --no-default-features
              Do not build the default feature.

       --debug
              Build in debug mode instead of release mode.

       --bin NAME
              Only install the binary NAME.

       --example EXAMPLE
              Install the example EXAMPLE instead of binaries.

       --root DIR
              Directory to install packages into.

       -v, --verbose
              Use verbose output.

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

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

SEE ALSO

       cargo(1), cargo-search(1), cargo-publish(1)

COPYRIGHT

       This  work  is  dual-licensed  under  Apache 2.0 and MIT terms.  See COPYRIGHT file in the
       cargo source distribution.