This module builds on top of the shared Programming module.
For the proper functioning of this module, you'll need to install the following packages in your system:
cargo(Rust package manager)
rustfmt(Rust tool for formatting code)
racer(Rust completion tool, not necessary if
rls(Rust Language Server, if the
prelude-lspfeature is enabled)
Emacs comes with Rust programming support through the built-in
rust-mode. Whenever you are editing Rust code run C-h m to
look at the Rust mode key bindings.
Prelude ships with Flycheck,
an on the fly syntax checker. Flycheck has support for Rust. Rust is
automatically setup in flycheck, by executing
flycheck-rust-setup. If the current file is part of a Cargo project,
flycheck is configured according to the Cargo project layout.
cargo-minor-mode is also configured. You can
give cargo commands from inside the buffer to run cargo commands, like
C-c C-c C-b for
cargo-process-build, C-c C-c
cargo-process-test and C-c C-c C-r for