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       cargo-rustc - Compile a package and all of its dependencies


       cargo rustc [OPTIONS] [--] [<OPTS>...]


       The  specified  target  for the current package (or package specified by SPEC if provided)
       will be compiled along with all of its dependencies.   The  specified  ...   will  all  be
       passed  to  the  final  compiler  invocation,  not any of the dependencies.  Note that the
       compiler  will  still  unconditionally  receive  arguments  such  as  -L,  --extern,   and
       --crate-type, and the specified ...  will simply be added to the compiler invocation.

       This  command requires that only one target is being compiled.  If more than one target is
       available for the current package the filters of --lib, --bin, etc, must be used to select
       which  target  is compiled.  To pass flags to all compiler processes spawned by Cargo, use
       the $RUSTFLAGS environment variable or the build.rustflags configuration option.


       -h, --help
              Print this message.

       -p SPEC, --package SPEC
              The profile to compiler for.

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

       --lib  Build only this package's library.

       --bin NAME
              Build only the specified binary.

       --example NAME
              Build only the specified example.

       --test NAME
              Build only the specified test target.

       --bench NAME
              Build only the specified benchmark target.

              Build artifacts in release mode, with optimizations.

       --profile PROFILE
              Profile to build the selected target for.

       --features FEATURES
              The version to yank or un-yank.

              Build all available features.

              Do not compile default features for the package.

       --target TRIPLE
              Target triple which compiles will be for.

       --manifest-path PATH
              Path to the manifest to fetch dependencies for.

       -v, --verbose
              Use verbose output.

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

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


       cargo(1), cargo-run(1)


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       cargo source distribution.