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Rust​Auto​Complete

by defuz ST3 Trending

A SublimeText binding for RACER (Rust auto completion tool)

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RustAutoComplete

A binding for Sublime Text to the Rust auto completion tool by Phil Dawes (https://github.com/phildawes/racer).

Features

  • Auto complete (invoked automatically on Rust files).
  • Go to definition (default key binding is F2).

Example

Example

Status

Initial version. Works on the basic projects I have tested on. Partially works on Servo when the search paths are set correctly.

Pull requests for fixes and new features are very welcome.

I have only tested this on Linux (Ubuntu 14.04). It may work on Mac / Windows.

Requirements

  1. Install the Rust syntax highlighting package from Package Control: https://sublime.wbond.net/packages/Rust
  2. Clone and build the auto completion tool racer: https://github.com/phildawes/racer
  3. Install the package through package control (or clone from git if you prefer): https://sublime.wbond.net/packages/RustAutoComplete
  4. Configure the plugin to be able to find the racer executable and Rust source code. Open menu Preferences -> Package settings -> RustAutoComplete -> Settings - User and edit the settings file using below as a template:
{
  // The full path to the racer binary. If racer is already
  // in your system path, then this default will be fine.
  "racer": "racer",

  // A list of search paths. This should generally just
  // be the path to the rust compiler src/ directory.
  "search_paths": [
    "/home/git/rust-lang/rust/src"
  ]
}

Contact

https://github.com/glennw/RustAutoComplete