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    This kind of tool is exactly what rust needs to increase adoption. Even if it is possible to write good without such machinery, it sure helps and can be very convenient. Now, the question is will editor-communities (emacs, (neo)vim, etc.) will use it or not?

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      A list of supported editors is on the language server wiki. Currently we have VS-Code, Eclipse and Emacs. Neovim and Intellej both have open issues for support.

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        Oh, neat. If emacs is supported, I think I will give it a try. Thanks!

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      This is cool. I wonder why it needs node installed though; it seems like a concession that Rust alone wasn’t up to the job?

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        Looks like it’s only required for the VS Code client; the docs say VS Code only provides libraries for node.