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    con-ssc
    @con-ssc
    oh you don't need a port for url?!
    ricardoferreira1980
    @ricardoferreira1980
    Hi
    Just installed a fresh vscode and I can't install Debugger for Chrome. Already created a issue with that Microsoft/vscode#15630
    anyone with the same issue? is there a workaround?
    ricardoferreira1980
    @ricardoferreira1980
    I was with DNS problems... however, vscode should say that an not just "load forever... or install forever" :)
    I will update the case
    Aaron
    @apalm1341
    hey all
    anyone here right now?
    osaton
    @osaton
    Hi
    Should the sourcemap loading over https be fixed now? I’m getting SourceMaps.loadSourceMapContents: Could not download sourcemap from https://… error
    Rob Lourens
    @roblourens
    It was fixed but it probably doesn't work now, because there were other issues caused when I switched to another library to enable that. You can file an issue for it.
    Ghost
    @ghost~55ef5e950fc9f982beb01076
    Hey guys, I'm flat out lost on how to configure the VSC extension for Chrome DevTools so that it works on any level at all on MacOS
    Can someone please please help me.
    :(
    I'm a newer dev and I can't seem to figure out how it's going wrong at all. I've tried for 2 hours too
    con-ssc
    @con-ssc
    @roblourens Is it possible to map a dev workspace with runtimeArgs ?
    Rob Lourens
    @roblourens
    No idea what you mean, "map a dev workspace"
    con-ssc
    @con-ssc
    In the chrome DevTools you can map a Workspace and then you can map a file to resource in your current DevTools
    Doesn't persist changes in js on reload though :(
    Only working way seems to be fiddler but then I have no debugging in vscode
    con-ssc
    @con-ssc
    Would it be possible to attach the vscode chrome debugger to an open chrome devtools window for debugging? @roblourens
    Rob Lourens
    @roblourens
    Sure, if the devtools are open in a tab which is in remote debug mode
    For your earlier question, no, workspaces are a chrome devtools feature and it works differently in vscode. I don't know why using fiddler as a proxy would impact debugging with vscode
    con-ssc
    @con-ssc
    @roblourens because I use Fiddlers autoresponder feature to hot swap the remote file with a local file, that does not work while vscode is debugging because that file does get encapsulated buy chrome and I cannot swap a chromedebugger embodying the file
    If you don't know what I'm talking about maybe this helps https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3DWqYXKarA
    Rob Lourens
    @roblourens
    I understand how fiddler works, I don't understand why it wouldn't work with vscode
    con-ssc
    @con-ssc
    it doesn't work with the vscode-chrome-debugger because the autoresponder substitution rule doesn't fit the chromedevtools url
    con-ssc
    @con-ssc
    Hmm maybe I also did something wrong, I tried to make an example for you and now it works as expected :+1: @roblourens
    Rob Lourens
    @roblourens
    great! :)
    Victor
    @oldbasilbear
    Hi folks. Can I reconfigure the extension to use Chromium (on Linux) rather than Chrome?
    con-ssc
    @con-ssc
    @oldbasilbear You can configure the runtime executable
    con-ssc
    @con-ssc
    is it possible to select one of the open chrome remote windows in the debugger in attach mode
    Rob Lourens
    @roblourens
    You can select it by setting the 'url' in your launch config, but that's the only selection mechanism i have right now
    con-ssc
    @con-ssc
    Hmm okay, because the url in my case is obfuscated by some internal routing
    I can get the url, but that wouldn't make any difference then between attach and open with that url
    damn I wish I could support you with that chrome debugger extension more :(
    Rob Lourens
    @roblourens
    The url can match with a if that helps. Like localhost:3000/page/*/foo
    Not sure how to escape the asterisk on gitter but hopefully you get the idea
    con-ssc
    @con-ssc
    Wildcards in the URL?
    I really need to get my hands dirty on the debugger somehow. I currently use fiddler with it and it works like a charm with live editing, except for no live reloading. Would be nice if I could somehow get rid of fiddler and let the debugger have its own intercept proxY
    con-ssc
    @con-ssc
    What would be your suggestion on where to start to get into the vscode chrome debug project @roblourens
    Rob Lourens
    @roblourens
    Plenty of bugs to fix ;)
    con-ssc
    @con-ssc
    @roblourens sure of that, but I need some general understanding first I guess, since this seems to be kind of two projects, the debugger and the core
    I would really like to help, but I guess I'm just not smart enough
    Rob Lourens
    @roblourens
    Right, so the vscode-chrome-debug-core project is used by vscode-chrome-debug and vscode-node-debug2. Most of the interesting code is in the core repo, so you'll want to clone both -core and vscode-chrome-debug, and use npm link to link them. Also see this file https://github.com/Microsoft/vscode-chrome-debug/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md and please help me fix it if anything is missing.
    krishnakrkhatri
    @krishnakrkhatri
    Has anyone faced "Server returned 400" error when trying to search for debugger-for-chrome extension under Extensions in VS 1.7.1 ?
    con-ssc
    @con-ssc
    @krishnakrkhatri do you happen to have kaspersky internet security
    Azlan Mukhtar
    @azlan
    anybody able to debug vue.js (webpacked) from vscode?