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Rust​Code​Formatter

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A sublime plugin to format rust code (wrapper for rust-style).

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RustCodeFormatter

RustCodeFromatter is a plugin for Sublime Text 3 which allows the formatting of rust code. This plugin is a binding for rust-style. The default key to format selected lines is ctrl+k, ctrl+f. See issues section below for limitations.

Requirements

  1. Install the Rust syntax highlighting sublime package.
  2. Clone and compile rust-style. Place the executable in your search path; or direct the plugin to use the absolute path of the executable (see below Setup -> 2).

Setup

  1. Install the RustCodeFormatter package through package control or clone this project to {sublime data}/Data/Packages/RustCodeFormatter.
  2. (Optional) To set the absolute path to your rust-style installation:
    1. Open the command pallete by pressing Ctrl+Shift+P or through the menu Tools -> Command Pallete.
    2. Enter/select Rust Code Formatter: Set Path.
    3. An input field will appear with the default content rust-style. Replace with an absolute path, ie C:\directory\rust-style.exe and press enter.
  3. (Optional) To setup custom style preferences:
    1. Open the command pallete by pressing Ctrl+Shift+P or through the menu Tools -> Command Pallete.
    2. Enter/select Rust Code Formatter: Add New Style.
    3. Select one of the opened directories listed or select Other... and insert custom directory.
  4. (Optional) To change the key binding, open menu Preferences -> Key Bindings - User and add the following, substituting with your own key preference:
[
    {
        "keys": ["ctrl+k", "ctrl+f"], "command": "rust_code_formatter_format",
        "context":
        [
            {"key": "selector", "operator": "equal", "operand": "source.rust"}
        ]
    }
]

Note: If there already exists other user key bindings, insert the key binding without replacing everything.

Issues

  • rust-style is a work in progress and still has formatting issues and bugs.