One of the biggest updates for IntelliJ Rust is the initial support of
cfg attributes. Now, the conditionally disabled blocks are grayed-out and excluded from resolve and code analysis. Among the supported
cfg options are
The widely used quick-fix, Auto-import for unresolved symbols, now works automatically when you call Implement members, Specify type explicitly, Add remaining patterns, and other code generation actions.
Other changes include Code Coverage for your Rust code, which has been a part of the plugin for a few releases already, handy interactive inlays for type hints, and
include! macro support.
Evolving F# support Rider 2017.2 comes with a series of new features and improvements around F#.
For example, it's now possible to work with .NET Core F# projects, ..