cargo-select

Crates.iocargo-select
lib.rscargo-select
version0.2.3
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created_at2022-06-18 16:09:25.486447
updated_at2022-08-24 18:51:42.268438
descriptionCargo subcommand to easily run targets/examples/tests
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repositoryhttps://github.com/LoipesMas/cargo-select
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# cargo-select ### Cargo subcommand to easily run targets/examples/tests Fuzzy match against targets, examples or tests in current rust project. [![asciicast](https://asciinema.org/a/QSaxIcXfjjjjyM4JGJwBZtZVS.svg)](https://asciinema.org/a/QSaxIcXfjjjjyM4JGJwBZtZVS) ``` cargo-select 0.2.0 LoipesMas Fuzzy-match targets/examples USAGE: cargo select [OPTIONS] [ARGS] ARGS: Cargo command to run with selected target (e.g. "run"). Pattern to fuzzy-match targets with. Omit for interactive mode. ... Additional arguments to pass to cargo. OPTIONS: -h, --help Print help information --no-skip Run all tests that match selected test (i.e. dont skip names that are supersets)(tests only) -V, --version Print version information ``` `cargo select run` is special-cased to `cargo run` with `--package NAME` or `--example NAME`. `cargo select test` is special-cased to match against test names (deduced from source files) and run them with `cargo test`. Alternatives: - You *could* just do `cargo test NAME`, but it doesn't let you find tests by name and doesnt work well with workspaces - You *could* do a command similar to `cargo test -- --list | fzf | sed "s/: .*//" | xargs cargo test -- --exact`, but it requires compiling the tests which can take a lot of time and disk space on some projects (especially ones with a few workspaces). And it still has some limitations. ## Installation ### From crates.io `cargo install cargo-select` ### From source ``` git clone https://github.com/LoipesMas/cargo-select.git cd cargo-select cargo install --path . ```
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