Rust Visual Studio 2019

Kenny

Visual Studio Code – this is the default IDE used for Rust. Python – be sure to install the x64 version as this is required for debugging support. Git – Rust has deep support for Git. I also didn't want to install all of Visual Studio just to compile rust from the command line. Based on the info in coder-256's link, I tried running C: Program Files (x86) Microsoft Visual Studio 2019 BuildTools VC Auxiliary Build vcvars64.bat.

  1. Configure Visual Studio Code. Note that if VS Code was running before the Rust installation completed, you’ll need to restart it for the environmental changes to take affect. There are a variety of VS Code extensions that support Rust. I found the “Rust Extension Pack” to be a great pick on the marketplace.
  2. Of Visual Studio 2013 (or later) or the Visual C Build Tools: 2015vs so rustc can use its linker. For Visual Studio, make sure to: 2019vs so rustc can use its linker. For Visual Studio, make sure to: check the 'C tools' option. No additional software installation is: necessary for basic use of the GNU build.

Configure Visual Studio Code. Note that if VS Code was running before the Rust installation completed, you’ll need to restart it for the environmental changes to take affect. There are a variety of VS Code extensions that support Rust. I found the “Rust Extension Pack” to be a great pick on the marketplace.

Getting started

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If you're just getting started withRust and would like a more detailed walk-through, see ourgetting started page.

Visual Studio 2019 · Issue #1772 · Rust-lang/rustup · GitHub

Windows considerations

On Windows, Rust additionally requires the C++ build tools for Visual Studio 2013 or later. The easiest way to acquire the build tools is by installing Microsoft Visual C++ Build Tools 2019 which provides just the Visual C++ build tools. Alternately, you can install Visual Studio 2019, Visual Studio 2017, Visual Studio 2015, or Visual Studio 2013 and during install select the “C++ tools.”

For further information about configuring Rust on Windows see the Windows-specific rustup documentation.

Toolchain management with rustup

Rust is installed and managed by the rustup tool. Rust has a 6-week rapid release process and supports a great number of platforms, so there are many builds of Rust available at any time. rustup manages these builds in a consistent way on every platform that Rust supports, enabling installation of Rust from the beta and nightly release channels as well as support for additional cross-compilation targets.

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If you've installed rustup in the past, you can update your installation by running rustup update.

For more information see the rustup documentation.

Configuring the PATH environmentvariable

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Visual Studio 2019 Rust Support

In the Rust development environment, all tools are installed to the ~/.cargo/bin%USERPROFILE%.cargobin directory, and this is where you will find the Rust toolchain, including rustc, cargo, and rustup.

Accordingly, it is customary for Rust developers to include this directory in their PATH environment variable. During installation rustup will attempt to configure the PATH. Because of differences between platforms, command shells, and bugs in rustup, the modifications to PATH may not take effect until the console is restarted, or the user is logged out, or it may not succeed at all.

If, after installation, running rustc --version in the console fails, this is the most likely reason.

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Uninstall Rust

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If at any point you would like to uninstall Rust, you can run rustup self uninstall. We'll miss you though!