The need for .rsx

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  • slint

    Slint is a declarative GUI toolkit to build native user interfaces for applications that are written in Rust, C++, or JavaScript.

    What kind of IDE features are you looking for ? Did you check Slint's VSCode extension ?

  • pest-ide-tools

    IDE tools for writing pest grammars, using the Language Server Protocol for Visual Studio Code, Vim and other editors

    I'm certain it will never happen with Rust itself, however it does not mean that it won't happen in a different way. If someone comes up with a library and its own format they can always implement a LSP for it. What instantly came to my mind was Pest that recently added IDE tools:

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