I know about AreWeIdeYet, and I will link to it. But it doesn’t have enough information. Just links. Seeing how much time it takes me to write a part of this, simple and clear instructions to get started are needed. I really had trouble getting started with all of this.
Yes, but Ale would be optional too then . Since the goal is to reproduce the experience you can have on a fully fledged IDE, I think YCM is needed for code completion (Ale looks to have almost the same, but it seems to be in development and YCM is known by a lot of people).
The issue with VIM is that it’s so customizable that everything is optional.
If you have any other suggestions, feel free to open an Issue or a Pull Request!
I added the VSCode section for Linux and am working GVim for windows.
A great addition that is on my todo list is to let people choose between
Cago check. Although I really like
RLS, I have used
Cargo check so much that I find
RLS intrusive at times.