View your Rust project docs right inside of Atom.
An Atom package to make viewing your project's Rust documentation much easier. This plugin will open up your current Rust project's documentation in a seperate pane so you don't have to have a web browser open at the same time as atom.
first, make sure you have your rust project's root folder in atom's tree view. You can add this by right-clicking and selecting
Add Project Folder. After that you'll need to make sure your docs are built, by running
cargo doc in your project's root dir. After this, you can open up your project with
alt-shift-D or by pressing
ctrl-shift-p and typing in
Rust Doc Viewer open
Note that these will open up your own rust docs, which is useful if you are using a project framework such as amethyst, or tcod-rs. This is still in development, and feedback is appreciated.
You can install the package directly from your atom text editor by searching for
rust-doc-viewer in packages. You can also install it from the commandline using
apm install rust-doc-viewer.
A big thanks to Atom Web View for a nice framework for having atom panels with iframes in them. I encourage you to check it out.
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