I'm attempting to write an application on Windows using Rust through Visual Studio Code. But whenever I try to write Rust with the rls package, Windows Defender scans the rls program everytime it loads and it produces a huge slowdown. It's as if you're writing code in a dream, that slow. Anyone else experienced this?
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