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Rider is pretty much the only decent option for me, if Linux is a requirement. However not even Rider supports .NET Hot Reloading (Edit and Continue), because Microsoft hasn't implemented runtime support for it in Linux. Doing so would probably work against their vested interest in rolling in Visual Studio subscriptions. Yet EnC is a significant timesaver for my projects, to the point where I find it hard to work without it.
So there's no 100% perfect C# development solution for me except going back to Windows and Visual Studio. As they want it to be.
Vim omnicompletion (intellisense) and more for C#
https://github.com/OmniSharp/Omnisharp-vim is a thing, but I don’t know how good it is. I would probably go with VSCode or Rider (and their respective Vim plugins), as they are quite productive for .NET.
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Roslyn-based LSP language server for C#
Sadly, OmniSharp (the LSP for vscode and nvim) isn't all that great. The performance is incredibly bad, easily orders of magnitude worse than VS and Rider.
There is this alternative LSP, which I plan to try out still: https://github.com/razzmatazz/csharp-language-server
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How can I not wait for all components to render on a page?
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wrapped_mono 0.3 - run C#/F# code inside your rust projects!
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.Net7 broke DefaultInterpolatedStringHandler?
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Including non-.NET languages inside solution.
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Build server days are great
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