Try Out Development Containers: Rust
This is a sample project that lets you try out the VS Code Remote - Containers extension in a few easy steps.
Note: If you're following the quick start, you can jump to the Things to try section.
Setting up the development container
Follow these steps to open this sample in a container:
If this is your first time using a development container, please follow the getting started steps.
Linux users: Update
.devcontainer/Dockerfilewith your user UID/GID if not 1000 to avoid creating files as root.
If you're not yet in a development container:
- Clone this repository.
- Press F1 and select the Remote-Containers: Open Folder in Container... command.
- Select the cloned copy of this folder, wait for the container to start, and try things out!
Things to try
Once you have this sample opened in a container, you'll be able to work with it like you would locally.
Note: This container runs as a non-root user with sudo access by default. Comment out
.devcontainer/devcontainer.jsonif you'd prefer to run as root.
Some things to try:
- Try adding some code and check out the language features.
- Terminal: Press ctrl+shift+` and type
unameand other Linux commands from the terminal window.
- Build, Run, and Debug:
- Add a breakpoint (e.g. on line 8).
- Press F5 to launch the app in the container.
- Once the breakpoint is hit, try hovering over variables, examining locals, and more.
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