Corrosion is a Rust development plugin for the Eclipse IDE, providing a rich edition experience through integration with the Rust Language Server and Cargo. Available for download as a complete Eclipse package (See above), full Rust development support is just one click away.
Download The Eclipse IDE for Rust Developers Package. With installation of plugins required, it is the easiest way to start developing Rust projects. Java must be installed to run this IDE
To install the Rust toolchain, consider visiting https://rustup.rs/ and install Rustup.
On Linux and MacOS, the toolchain can also be installed via Corrosion in the
Rust preference page (
Window > Preferences).
When installing Rustup yourself, call the following command before using Corrosion:
rustup component add rls
Corrosion brings together multiple different sources of features to make an enjoyable developing environment. Here are just a few of the most common features. Download today to discover all Corrosion has to offer.
The RLS supplies Corrosion with the majority of the edition abilities. More information can be found at the RLS GitHub Repository.
Using the rust-gdb, Corrosion enables users to debug their Rust programs with intelligent supports.
Corrosion is built for all Rust developers, newcomers to experts, bringing a GUI to common Cargo features.
Corrosion fits right into the standard Eclipse workflow welcoming previous Eclipse users
Please have a look at the Changelog page
Corrosion is always open to new features and pull requests. If you have a feature or bug you wish to work on, file an issue and other Corrosion developers will be able to help you get started.
Refer to our Contributing Guide for more instructions.
The Rustup and Cargo commands are required for accessing the language server and performing most tasks. Go into the Rust preferences and either install the commands or input their paths if not automatically found.
Initialization, import and export of projects and execution are provided by integration with
Debugging is provided by integration with
Corrosion was formerly called RedOx, but required a name change due to naming overlap with another project (See issue #24)
Corrosion is an open-source project licensed under The Eclipse Public License - v 2.0