Rust plugin for the IntelliJ Platform
Installation & Usage
If you want to jump straight in, open
Settings > Plugins > Marketplace in your IDE, search for Rust and install the plugin. To open an existing project, use File | Open and point to the directory containing
Cargo.toml. For creating projects, use the Rust template. You can find more details in the Quick Start Guide.
The plugin is compatible with all IntelliJ-based IDEs starting from the version 2020.1, with the following differences in the sets of the available features:
|Open-source and Educational IDEs*||CLion (commercial)||IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate (commercial)||PyCharm Professional, GoLand, other commercial IDEs|
** Requires the Native Debugging Support plugin. Available on macOS and Linux, LLDB only.
If you are looking for the TOML plugin, see intellij-toml directory.
You're encouraged to contribute to the plugin if you've found any issues or missing functionality that you would want to see. Check out CONTRIBUTING.md to learn how to set up the project and ARCHITECTURE.md to understand the high-level structure of the codebase. If you are not sure where to start, consider the issues tagged with help wanted.