Visual Studio Code

December 28th, 2018

Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio Code Configuration

Visual Studio Code Plugins

awesome-vscode – a curated list of delightful VS Code packages and resources (GitHub).

  • C++ – C/C++ IntelliSense, debugging, and code browsing (Preview)
  • C# for Visual Studio Code (powered by OmniSharp)
  • CMake Tools – Extended CMake support in Visual Studio Code
  • Mermaid diagram previewer for Visual Studio Code.
  • NativeScript – The NativeScript extension aids your NativeScript project development within VSCode
  • vscode-icons – bring icons to your Visual Studio Code
  • GitLens — Git supercharged. GitLens supercharges the Git capabilities built into Visual Studio Code. It helps you to visualize code authorship at a glance via Git blame annotations and code lens, seamlessly navigate and explore Git repositories, gain valuable insights via powerful comparison commands, and so much more.
  • Inno Setup for Visual Studio Code
  • Lua for Visual Studio Code
  • Lua Debug Adapter for Visual Studio Code
  • Code Spell Checker
  • PowerShell Language Support for Visual Studio Code
  • Code Runner – Run code snippet or code file for multiple languages: C, C++, Java, JavaScript, PHP, Python, Perl, Perl 6, Ruby, Go, Lua, Groovy, PowerShell, BAT/CMD, BASH/SH, F# Script, F# (.NET Core), C# Script, C# (.NET Core), VBScript, TypeScript, CoffeeScript, Scala, Swift, Julia, Crystal, OCaml Script, R, AppleScript, Elixir, Visual Basic .NET, Clojure, Haxe, Objective-C, Rust, Racket, AutoHotkey, AutoIt, Kotlin, Dart, Free Pascal, Haskell, Nim, D, and custom command
  • EditorConfig for VS Code – this plugin attempts to override user/workspace settings with settings found in .editorconfig files. No additional or vscode-specific files are required. As with any EditorConfig plugin, if root=true is not specified, EditorConfig will continue to look for an .editorconfig file outside of the project.


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