These are chat archives for SrTobi/code-bing

30th
Nov 2015
Tobias Kahlert
@SrTobi
Nov 30 2015 15:15
hello?
Jacob Hands
@jahands
Nov 30 2015 15:21
Hey!
Awesome
Love this service.
I'm going to look into updating the readme later. What did you use for the screencap? @SrTobi
Jacob Hands
@jahands
Nov 30 2015 15:26
Thanks, getting it
By the way do you want newlines at the end of files or no?
Tobias Kahlert
@SrTobi
Nov 30 2015 15:27
some functions are not working right now but the rest was nice to use
emmm.... I don't care... but what are the advantages?
Jacob Hands
@jahands
Nov 30 2015 15:29
It's considered good practice to have the newline
Tobias Kahlert
@SrTobi
Nov 30 2015 15:29
hmmm ok... thats not a reason^^ wait i will google that
Jacob Hands
@jahands
Nov 30 2015 15:30
Well it's because some unix tools require a newline to function properly
Tobias Kahlert
@SrTobi
Nov 30 2015 15:31
ok, thats a reason.... adapted! ^^
Jacob Hands
@jahands
Nov 30 2015 15:32
Cool! Oh and if you add "files.insertFinalNewline": true to code-bing\.vscode\settings.json then formatting will auto-add it when using vscode :)
workspace-level settings take priority over user-level so it's a nice way to enforce things
Tobias Kahlert
@SrTobi
Nov 30 2015 15:36
do i need this plugin: adapted
?
Jacob Hands
@jahands
Nov 30 2015 15:38
Oh yeah I guess you do
Forgot I installed it and thought it was built in haha
Jacob Hands
@jahands
Nov 30 2015 15:56
Does vscode have a config file for installed extensions somewhere?
Tobias Kahlert
@SrTobi
Nov 30 2015 16:10
hmm no i do not think so
they are all saved into {home}/.vscode/extensions
at least under windows
Jacob Hands
@jahands
Nov 30 2015 16:39
That's really annoying. With Sublime you can actually copy the file containing extension info to a diff computer, and then all the extensions will be auto-installed
Makes syncing installed extensions super easy
Tobias Kahlert
@SrTobi
Nov 30 2015 16:41
year... you can simply copy the extension folder and your extensions are auto installed
Jacob Hands
@jahands
Nov 30 2015 16:43
Yeah, but I have a github repo (https://github.com/jacobhands/dotfiles) to keep stuff like this git-versioned. Adding entire extensions would really bloat the repo
Probably what I'll do is make a new repo like dotfiles-assets to put stuff like that in. Then just add it as a submodule in dotfiles
That way dotfiles stays nice and small
I love using git for stuff. Such a great way to version and distribute it