Cargo has grown a new
install command. This is intended to be used for installing
new subcommands for Cargo, or tools for Rust developers. This doesn't replace the need
to build real, native packages for end-users on the platforms you support.
For example, this guide is created with
can install it on your system with
$ cargo install mdbook
And then use it with
$ mdbook --help
As an example of extending Cargo, you can use the
package. To install it:
$ cargo install cargo-update
This will allow you to use
cargo install-update -a command, which checks everything you've
cargo install'd and
updates it to the latest version.