At this moment I use vim, and that works fine. I have the colour-coding, automatic indentation, rustfmt when I write a file, rust analyser giving warnings and so on. So I am happ with it.
But I read that Helix is all that and better. So I installed it to try it, and what I see is the same or better. Except one crucial part: no rustfmt, warnings, errors, and so on. Also no autocomplete (but I am not sure I want that, in vim I didn’t like YouCompleteMe really).
I have read the helix-instructions, github, the rust-analyzer page on Helix, and I just don’t see what I do wrong. I have a languages.toml in ~/.config/helix but still, not the result I was hoping for.
Does anyone use helix and is willing to show me the way?
Progress: I think I do have rustfmt working now. And maybe even clippy.
What seems to remain is that message about lldb-vscode
I was convinced rust-analyser was installed, as it worked in vim, I thought. But it wasn’t. So now I installed it with rustup and I updated the languages.toml config to auto format, and that did the trick mostly.
I use a Paspberry Pi 4, installed helix by compiling it from github today, version 23.10.