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cargo install is used to install binary packages that happen to be distributed through crates.io.
If you want to use a crate as a dependency, add it to your Cargo.toml.
Read the Rust getting started guide and the Cargo getting started guide for further information. In short:
cargo new my_project
echo 'curl = "0.3.0"' > Cargo.toml
Amusingly, you can install a third-party Cargo subcommand called cargo-edit using cargo install that makes it easier to modify your Cargo.toml file to add dependencies!
cargo install cargo-edit
cargo add curl
An important thing to note is that every Cargo project manages and compiles a separate set of dependencies (some background info). Thus is doesn't make sense to install a compiled library. The source code for each version of a library will be cached locally, avoiding downloading it multiple times.
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