Confused here going through this Rust book...

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    --target-dir or the CARGO_TARGET_DIR environment variable will let you specify the directory for all generated files, but, for just the output binary itself, the --out-dir option is not API-stabilized yet, so you need a nightly-channel toolchain to use it.

  • just

    🤖 Just a command runner

    In the mean time, the usual solution is the same as is currently done for any other post-build processing... instead of running cargo build directly, use something like just or cargo-make which can run cargo build as part of a more involved process and then copy the resulting binary to where you want it.

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