1. Is it easier to switch from Python to Rust or to switch from JavaScript to Rust (in terms of learning)?

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  • ale

    Check syntax in Vim asynchronously and fix files, with Language Server Protocol (LSP) support

    I'm still on original Vim because of various gVim features not yet satisfactorily replicated in any Neovim frontend I'm aware of, but I use ALE for any kind of static analysis not covered by something like coc.nvim and configuring the backends I wanted was a simple as:

  • neovide

    No Nonsense Neovim Client in Rust

    I normally just use neovim in the terminal but there is neovide if you want a graphical frontend. Bonus points, it's written in Rust.

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  • rust-tools.nvim

    Tools for better development in rust using neovim's builtin lsp

    I jumped ship from OG vim about a year ago because I got fed up with CoC and it's Node dependencies. rust-tools for neovim is especially nice.

  • null-ls.nvim

    Use Neovim as a language server to inject LSP diagnostics, code actions, and more via Lua.

    And there's also null-ls for using non-LSP tools like mypy as if they were LSP which is similar, I think, to what you're doing with ALE.

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