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cargo subcommand for checking and applying updates to installed executables
Then proceed as usual:
cargo install cargo-update
If that doesn't work and you're on Mac, re-try with
PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/usr/local/opt/openssl/lib/pkgconfig. If it still doesn't work, slam open an issue or comment on one of the existing relevant ones.
|Library||*X package name||msys2 package name|
cargo install-update -a - check for newer versions and update all installed packages.
cargo install-update crate1 crate2 ... - check for newer versions and update selected packages, will not install new packages.
For more information and examples see the manpage.
cargo-update will update itself seamlessly on Linux and Windows.
On Windows the following strategy is applied:
- Check for old versions, remove them
- Add the current version to the current executable's extension
- Create an empty file in place of the just-renamed file (this way
cargo installwill "replace" it and not duplicate the entry in
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