Previously I told you about Racer, an autocompletion tool for Rust that integrates nicely into many other editors. Today I’d like to talk to you about how to configure Rust autocompletion in Vim using Racer and some plugins. Please note that you need
racerinstalled before proceeding. Check out that blog post if you need some help.
On my previous blog post I wrote about how to install Racer. Today I’ll show you how you can enable autocompletion for Rust code you write on Visual Studio Code, the open source editor made by Microsoft that works on Windows, Linux and MacOS X, that can be extended via plugins.
Racer is an awesome program for enabling autocomplete for your Rust code. Rust is one of the most awesome languages I have seen. Its standard library is very impressive and the crates help extending the platform to do lots of things. However, having autocomplete comes useful for making things easier to write as you can see the functions and classes inside your editor as you are writing.
Con esta entrada de blog os informo que he decidido interrumpir de forma indefinida las operaciones del canal de YouTube makigas. Han sido unos años muy divertidos, pero mis prioridades en la vida han cambiado desde que todo comenzó y mantener al día un canal de YouTube ya no está entre ellas. (Actualizado a 02-01-2017: a fecha de enero de 2017, la actividad en el canal ha regresado.
Aquí celebrando que @bareck_maeve ya es historiador
This is a little trick that I always forget, so I'm saving it here for reference to myself (as well as for anyone). Sometimes it is useful to mirror an entire website. Maybe it is a website that doesn't often work. Maybe you need to have offline access to that site. There are a couple reasons. In my case there's a website with lots of open documentation in PDF format that I'm trying to access, but I don't want to manually save each one of the tens of PDF files available, so I'd prefer to just clone the website.
La reina de la jungla. #Hierbajos #Gatuno
Esta sudadera me estaba bien hasta hace dos semanas. A este paso cuando acabe la dieta no voy a tener nada que ponerme xD #YaNoEstoyGordo #FotoMano
It turns out that for a few PHP releases, even before PHP 7, there have been lambda functions as part of the programming language. And it turns out, that all these WordPress functions, are compatible with lambda functions. So you can use lambda functions with WordPress when setting up filters and actions without having to write a new function that gets a reserved identifier whose namespace has to be set by you without the risk of conflicts.