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by x0th ST3

A Rust profiler for Sublime Text

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Hotspots

A Rust profiler for Sublime Text

Dependencies

To run the profiler, you will need to install:

  • cargo

  • llvm-profdata and llvm-cov

You can get the above LLVM-specific tools as part of llvm or by running

rustup component add llvm-tools-preview

Installation

You can install the package from packagecontrol.io.

Usage

When viewing a Rust (.rs) file in a Cargo repository, press alt+h to run the profiler.

Note that this runs the following shell commands:

cargo rustc
cargo run
llvm-profdata ...
llvm-cov ...

To clear the profiling data, press ctrl/cmd+alt+h.

You can also find the above commands in the Command Palette by search for Hotspots.