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Hugues Valois
@huguesv
@dmcwhinnie PTVS is part of VS, and we have a schedule for VS but it hasn't been announced publicly yet. We've been adding new stuff in the VS 2019 Preview (https://visualstudio.microsoft.com/vs/preview/) which can be installed side-by-side with VS 2017. VS 2019 Preview 1 released Dec 4, based on PTVS sources from end of October. Anything after that up till this week will be in Preview 2.
cszabo2
@cszabo2
I am interested in upgrading my PTVS for vs. 2017 from 15.6, but I want to do this without touching the VS installer. I have very strict requirements about what versions of the CRuntime I can use and if I start the installer, it will go ahead and start upgrading everything to the latest stuff, whether I want it or not. Is there a relatively easy way to do this? When I developed my own VS2017 extension, a *.vsix output was generated and I could click on that and got the extension installed wherever I wanted. Is there a similar solution for PTVS?
Hugues Valois
@huguesv
@cszabo2 technically, there are vsix, but they are only distributed via the installer. They are cached in C:\Users\All Users\Microsoft\VisualStudio\Packages
You could try to build from sources using the 15.9 branch in our repo. But there's no guarantee that it would work on top of 15.6, as sometimes assemblies that we depend on have changed APIs and broke compatibility even in minor releases.
cszabo2
@cszabo2
@huguesv Thanks, shall give it a try and see what happens.
Tomer Chachamu
@r3m0t
Hi when do language client improvements reach VS2017?2019? Master?
Tomer Chachamu
@r3m0t
Language server I mean
G. Richard Bellamy
@rbellamy
How are folks here getting timing and profiling line magic to work in their scripts?
Marius Räsener
@m.raesener_gitlab
hey everybody, I try to run tox tests from vscode UI ... so on console I can just call "tox" without arguments for the default run, but I can't find a way to have this working with launch.json - ideally of course with debugging support, but just running them would be nice too
also, test discovery fails
important, I'm inside a devcontainer
Hugues Valois
@huguesv
@m.raesener_gitlab I would recommend you file an issue over at https://github.com/Microsoft/vscode-python/issues for VS Code Python extension questions.
Tomer Chachamu
@r3m0t
Does the pylance announcement affect the PTVS roadmap?
Hugues Valois
@huguesv
We'll resume the language server integration work soon in PTVS, but this time, using Pylance instead of Microsoft Python Language Server. Some of the integration work that was done last year for MPLS is compatible with Pylance, but there will be new issues and differences to deal with.
Tomer Chachamu
@r3m0t
thanks @huguesv
Sakesun
@sakesun
Isn't pylance closed-source proprietary ?
Hugues Valois
@huguesv

Pylance will be added to Visual Studio, which is already a mix of open and closed source components.
PTVS will use Pylance as an external dependency, similar to how it already depends on the VS editor, profiler, debugger, etc.
The PTVS license will not change.

FYI: Pylance, vscode-python extension and PTVS are all owned by the same team.

Joseph Natal
@Joe459
Hi guys
Is there an update in place for enabling Just My Code for mixed-mode debugging?
It's a pain to wait minutes for all of the external modules to be built...
Joseph Natal
@Joe459
I guess attaching to a process after loading is a feasible workaround for me, but
Massimo Costa
@mcosta74
hi all
For some reason the integration with flake8 stopped to work; I see the linter is properly invoked (in the OUTPUT pane) but it cannot find errors in the current file
if I run it manually it works
Massimo Costa
@mcosta74
looks like the problem is this microsoft/vscode-python#13315
JetteChristensen
@JetteChristensen
In the latest Visual Studio 2019 v. 16.9.4 it is no longer possible to select IronPhyton wpf application project, when you create a new project. Is this a bug ?
korobase
@kingctan
hi , guys
I want to intergrate ptvs to sharpdevelop for cpython programming.