JetBrains anonse that RustRover a standalone Rust IDE in preview (early access program) mode is available:
“When will there be a Rust IDE?”
We get this question from our users quite frequently, and today we’re happy to announce that the day has arrived. Please welcome RustRover, our standalone IDE for Rust.
As many of you are aware, we’ve worked for years to bring support for Rust functionality as a plugin that works in both IntelliJ IDEA and CLion. However, time and time again, we’ve received requests from the community for an IDE specifically dedicated to Rust and its ecosystem that also has features on par with existing JetBrains IDEs.
Today we’re opening the RustRover Early Access Program (EAP) and we’d love for you to try it, give us feedback, and help us shape the product. We’ll listen to your feedback and update frequently to ensure that the product is meeting our users’ needs. RustRover will be free during Public Preview, and the license model will be finalized closer to the date of the commercial release.
I have been using JestBrains tools for several years and I can honestly say that they are good. Of course, early access probably brings with it imperfections in the product itself, but I still think it is very good information for developers.