Visual Studio Code (VSCode) is a cross-platform, free and open-source (licensed under the MIT License) text editor developed by Microsoft and written in JavaScript and TypeScript. It is built on the Electron framework and is extensible using extensions, which can be browsed from within the text editor itself (via its extension gallery) or from https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/VSCode. While open-source, a proprietary build (licensed under an End-User License Agreement) provided by Microsoft is available and used as the basis for the visual-studio-codeAUR AUR package.

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Installation

The following packages provide VSCode:

Debugging C#

If you want to debug C# code install icu55AUR otherwise you will end up with a 'Debug adapter process has terminated unexpectedly' error

Usage

Run code.

If for any reason you wish to launch multiple instances of Visual Studio Code, the -n flag can be used.

Configuration

Visual Studio Code settings are stored in ~/.config/Code/User/settings.json.

Integrated Terminal

View > Integrated Terminal or Ctrl + ` opens up an integrated terminal. By default, Bash is used with no additional arguments, although this can be changed. terminal.integrated.shell.linux sets the default shell to be used and terminal.integrated.shellArgs.linux sets the arguments to be passed to the shell.

Example:

~/.config/Code/User/settings.json
"terminal.integrated.shell.linux": "/usr/bin/fish",
"terminal.integrated.shellArgs.linux": ["-l","-d 3"]