doesn't seem to use r-a though
hmm my reading suggests RA is defacto recommended: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=26780237
Well, if you make an editor with LSP support, you don't have to pick sides. And that one doesn't have LSP support yet.
Most people who try RA seem to stick with it, with some exceptions, but what matters in the end is https://www.rust-lang.org/tools
I thought atom is no longer supported
it even uses rust-analyzer
too bad it's for an abandoned project
is it though? I don't see that stated anywhere
atom being no longer supported is common knowledge
neither the website nor the repo say anything about that, so I don't think that's correct
it might be true that many users have switched to VS Code, but that doesn't make atom unsupported
Latest release is v1.55.0 (2021-03-09), seems supported to me
that thread does not seem to confirm that it's dead though?
well _dead_ is pretty high bar for software at this point, I think it's slightly more fair to say it's been abandoned
I would think that Atom could be replaced in that list
if not should be replaced
It has bi-monthly releases and users who swear by it, I don't see the point. Anyway, we can't easily change that list, otherwise RA would be mentioned there.
it would be removed, but that isn't easy