I'm working on my first Rust project. The bulk of the project is a list of utility modules that I want to publish as a library. In addition, I have a
main script and multiple helper scripts for development, mainly to calculate features for my ML model.
So far, I've managed everything with a single
Cargo.toml at repo level along with
src/main.rs, helper scripts in
src/bin, and all library modules just in
As the project has grown, however, I've started needing extra modules and dependencies for the scripts in
src/bin, and as a result, quite a few of the packages in
Cargo.toml are unrelated to the main library.
I'm fine with this for now, but I hope to publish my library on crates.io in the future, and I'm concerned that my library will claim to need a whole list of packages that in reality are only useful for some internal scripts.
Is there a better way to organize my repo here?
Thanks for your help!