I'd like to start out with that I'm pretty new to Rust, and I tried to solved this issue myself and unfortunately after hours of searching and trying countless things I can't remember, I have decided to finally ask for help.
Right now one of my projects is using the
rust-analyzer extension in VS Code. However, upon every save the
rust-analyzer scans everything inside the
.cargo/registry/src/ directory. Obviously this is not ideal and brings up 2k or more errors in VSCode's "Problems" tab near the terminal. Here is a screenshot below:
This results in extremely slow development, as I have to wait for
rust-analyzer every single time I save, and with it scanning this much and showing over 2k errors, it's quite time consuming. Also, I am using https://gitpod.io/, so I cannot do anything such as
code file.rs and such.
I apologize if I'm missing anything here or this isn't an ideal topic, as this is my first time actually posting something here.
Edit: Solved, however I'd like to note that the .cargo directory is completely outside of the project directory, which was the most confusing part. My project is located in
/workspace/<project_name> and cargo is in