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Corrosion uses Rust Language Server with LSP4E and Rust TextMate grammar with TM4E to provide a rich editor for Rust files; and uses CDT to provide debugger for Rust programs in the Eclipse IDE.
It integrates well with the Eclipse IDE, does not overlap with any other project (on the contrary, it adds only a small bit of configuration over other projects that provide most of the solutions).
Corrosion is the main piece of the "Eclipse IDE for Rust developers" EPP package.
It is not extensible (no extension points, all packages marked as internal) as there is no identified need for extensibility identified so far.
For these reasons, Corrosion is a project that doesn't require much maintenance ot remain usable and profitable.
Corrosion has some Contribution guide, a README, some release notes and troubleshooting documentation
Corrosion mostly uses UI elements that are provided by other projects, so it is consistent in usability with what those projects provide.
It adds some wizards and launch configuration, which are designed with care on usablity, minimizing amount of necessary clicks, amount of things to read for users
The user community is relatively big (estimated to ~6000 people (latest EPP package + Marketplace installs over a year without releases).
About 20 users (non contributors) have participated to issue discussions on the last year.
Corrosion is adopted as part of the "Eclipse IDE for Rust developers" package. No other integration of Corrosion is known at the moment.
The developer community is active, especially in updating to latest versions of dependencies, altough not much maintenance is required on Corrosion itself. The committers team is diverse and consists of people working for 3 different organizations.