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    pkruk2
    @pkruk2
    Hi, how easy is it to create multiple extensions from one repository?
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    spectrum Well as many as you like if you have a branch per extension
    spectrum can you clarify?
    spectrum * Well very easy if you have a separate branch for each extension
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    defolos or separate directories
    lianfu
    @w-lianfu
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    Hi, that’s why ?
    pkruk2
    @pkruk2
    Hi, do you know if vscode supports several extensions in 1 vsix files? (several vsix packages in one vsix file)
    Rob C.
    @Hezkore
    I'd really appreciate if people voted for my issue - microsoft/vscode#85702
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    jserio42 hi
    Talha Meer 🇵🇰
    @realTalhaMeer_twitter
    Hi there, I'm a student of BS-IT from Pakistan. I'm working on my final project. the idea is to predict performance of ML algo. I want to use VS code as IDE, can you please guide me about VS Code's source code. Thanks
    mmahalea19
    @mmahalea19
    Hello, I am looking for a way to pass environment and configuration variables to a integrated terminal I create in a VsCode extension(e.g. when I use terminal.SendText("gcc ${config.my_config_parameter}") the variable is not expanded). Thank you !
    ganeshgore
    @ganeshgore
    Hello guys, I am not able to get this working on my setup microsoft/vscode-remote-release#766
    I am connecting to Linux machine through windows
    Arun Kumar
    @arunkumar413
    Hi All
    I'm using vs code for react native project and I would the props of a component to be suggested as I type. Is there an extension for this use case?
    Arun Kumar
    @arunkumar413
    The intellisense isn't working as expected. It doesn't suggest the variables from the imported files
    Mavaddat Javid
    @mavaddat
    I am trying to set up a consistent portable folder for VS Code Insiders, but no matter what I do, I cannot get VS Code to realize it is running portable entirely
    It is in the Windows version of VS Code Insiders. VS Code always insists on creating a ".vscode-insiders" directory in the %userprofile% path
    Mavaddat Javid
    @mavaddat
    I have tried setting the environment variables relevant to VS Code home directory path.
    || Name | Value |
    | DOTNET_SDK | E:\dotnet-sdk |
    | HOME | E:\ |
    | JAVA_HOME | E:\jdk-14 |
    | JDK_HOME | E:\jdk-14 |
    | M2_HOME | E:.m2 |
    | MAVEN_HOME | E:\apache-maven |
    | NODE_PATH | E:\node-v12.10.0-win-x64 |
    | NPM_HOME | E:\node-v12.10.0-win-x64 |
    | Path | C:\WINDOWS\system32;C:\WINDOWS;C:\WINDOWS\System32\Wbem;C:\WINDOWS\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\;C:\Pro... |
    | PYTHONPATH | E:\python |
    | PYTHONUSERBASE | E:.python |
    Natalia
    @petajamaja
    Hello, I have a question about debugging. Is it normal behaviour that the breakpoints in debugging are hit in both branches ( that is, in both main branch and else branch of an if-clause )? I'm very confused by this.
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    spectrum It's not. Can you share your code?
    Natalia
    @petajamaja
    Hi @matrixbot, nevermind, I fixed that issue already. Added a few more breakpoints, the method was being called twice from different locations, once the condition evaluates to true, then to false. There were no breakpoints in-between, so it appeared as if two branches were evaluated at once.
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    spectrum Good
    Natalia
    @petajamaja
    @matrixbot can I ask you what spectrum means?
    Ivan Bukharin
    @IvanBiv
    Hi guys!
    Can we debug Thread's and Task's for .NET in VSCode like Visual Studio?
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot

    spectrum > <@gitter_petajamaja:matrix.org> @matrixbot can I ask you what spectrum means?

    Natalia (Gitter): one of its meanings is ghost. It's my nickname

    HenrikHolmIT
    @HenrikHolmIT
    I've started getting a weird exception. After my extension has run a couple of seconds I see this in the DEBUG CONSOLE but I dont know where to start tracing...
    Unhandled Error: Error: spawn c:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Programs\Microsoft VS Code\resources\app\node_modules.asar.unpacked\vscode-ripgrep\bin\rg.exe ENOENT
        at Object.t.deserializeSearchError (file:///C:/Users/<username>/AppData/Local/Programs/Microsoft VS Code/resources/app/out/vs/workbench/workbench.desktop.main.js:3869:890)
        at file:///C:/Users/<username>/AppData/Local/Programs/Microsoft VS Code/resources/app/out/vs/workbench/workbench.desktop.main.js:5534:196
        at processTicksAndRejections (internal/process/task_queues.js:89:5)
    Is it something I should be worried about? I can see that my extension code is re initialized again afterwards meaning extension.activate is called afterwards by vscode.
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    spectrum HenrikHolmIT (Gitter): HenrikHolmIT (Gitter) maybe this helps microsoft/vscode#42219
    Natalia
    @petajamaja
    @matrixbot oh, thanks. I didn't know it was your name. I know the word, I just was unsure why you put it in front of the message
    Jay Bazuzi
    @JayBazuzi

    I'm trying to debug a VSCode Debug Adapter, and often my breakpoints don't get work. Details:

    • VSCode Insider build from yesterday
    • https://github.com/microsoft/vscode-mock-debug
    • A breakpoint in setBreakPointsRequest or nextRequest does not get hit
    • A breakpoint on this line does get hit: const { Subject } = require('await-notify');

    Is there something special I have to do to make this work?

    Aaron Miller
    @aaronm-cloudtek
    Hey all. I'm trying to install WDK 10.0.15063.468 inside a Server 2019 container with wdksetup.exe /Ceip off /Quiet /NoRestart /Features + /Log c:\logs\wdk.log. The installer just hangs indefinitely though, specifically when it tries to run C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.exe /setup. The devenv.exe process never exits no matter how long I let it sit. I tried running that manually with /Log appended but I don't see any errors in the logs it generates... anyone ever run into something like this before? I'm at a loss.
    HenrikHolmIT
    @HenrikHolmIT
    @matrixbot I think I found the problem. I've made a command that lets users create AL project directory in the workspace. I was testing the possibility to allow SPACE in the name and inadvertently my extension created a couple of illegally named directories with SPACE characters at the beginning and at end of the name. Windows did not like that very much. Had some trouble getting them deleted but got it in the end. When directories were deleted the error went away. Needless to say SPACE is now an illegal character when my users are typing Project names :) I could trim spaces but I've decided that SPACE is not allowed. Users will be able to rename project afterwards editing the app.json file which will not tamper with the directory name. Thanks.
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    spectrum HenrikHolmIT (Gitter): Good to know. Thank you
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    spectrum Natalia (Gitter): I am using riot/matrix bridge to gitter which apparently models me as a bot in gitter
    spectrum I see all gitter account starting with @gitter_ prefix for example
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    spectrum * I see all gitter accounts starting with @gitter_ prefix for example
    Rob Halff
    @rhalff
    anyone know how to move the editor toolbar? currently it's positioned above the tabs for me at the moment.
    HenrikHolmIT
    @HenrikHolmIT
    Are there any good XML framework/libraries out there? Just need to update 2 attributes in an XML file
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    defolos HenrikHolmIT (Gitter): https://github.com/Leonidas-from-XIV/node-xml2js
    defolos I'm using that one, it's pretty decent, has a low number of dependencies and doesn't require expat (like a lot of others do)
    mmahalea19
    @mmahalea19
    Hello, I am trying to run a simple command by using the syntax :
    var terminal = vscode.window.createTerminal('Name');
    terminal.sendText("Echo ${workspaceFolderBasename}");
    but the ${workspaceFolderBasename} variable doesn't get expanded and it outputs nothing . Am I missing something?
    Oleksandr Shevtsov
    @Shelex
    @mmahalea19 are you sure template literal is used with backsticks
    Like: `Echo ${workspaceFolderBasename}`
    mmahalea19
    @mmahalea19
    @Shelex I used the backsticks. The thing I want to do is send a configuration variable like Echo ${config:conf.inputFolderPath} and it outputs nothing. Sorry, I wasn't explicit in the previous message.
    Oleksandr Shevtsov
    @Shelex
    @mmahalea19 Maybe you dont have active terminal opened? What is working for me: I check if there is active terminal by window.activeTerminal() in case there is no - i create new one and pass show() so it becomes visible and active. Then sendText works ok with variable in template literal
    mmahalea19
    @mmahalea19
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    @Shelex this is my code