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matrixbot
@matrixbot
ELR Using the same one doesn't fit the ToS if I remember
Peter Squicciarini
@stripedpajamas
prassee
@prassee
@stripedpajamas how far this marketplace is in sync with the MS one
also does open vsx extensions are free from telemetry
Peter Squicciarini
@stripedpajamas
@prassee Open VSX has a small fraction of the extensions that MS has, as it is very new still. There are no restrictions on the extension code, so no guarantees of telemetry-free extensions there. In fact, most of the extensions are the exact same as in MS, just published to both registries.
Arghyadeep
@arghyadeep-k
Does VSCodium publish the modified source code with telemetry removed?
matrixbot
@matrixbot
ELR As far I remenber they publish the script which modify the code so the modified source code is there as part of the scripts
ELR In the final form, the webapp that is VSCodium without the electron part it is direct source code
ELR * As far I remember they just publish the scripts which modify the code so the modified source code is there as part of the scripts
Peter Squicciarini
@stripedpajamas
@arghyadeep-k the scripts that actually modify the vscode source code are https://github.com/stripedpajamas/vscodium/blob/master/undo_telemetry.sh and https://github.com/stripedpajamas/vscodium/blob/master/update_settings.sh . they run at build time on the vscode repo. if you want the modified vscode source code with telemetry removed you can clone microsoft's vscode repo and run those two scripts (after running yarn and yarn postinstall as some of the telemetry is embedded into vscode's deps).
Arghyadeep
@arghyadeep-k
Thanks Peter.
Arghyadeep
@arghyadeep-k
One more thing.
Which script is updating the logo and name from Code to Codium?
Renaudp
@Renaudp
Hi, is there a link to download VSCodium for osx 10.9.5?
ktheticdev
@ktheticdev
Is there a possibility to use external terminal with omnisharp? VSCode can do that, and in vscodium even if I set externalTerminal variable, it still uses built-in debug console so I'm unable to read input with C#
stencil
@stencil:matrix.org
[m]
Hi
colemickens
@colemickens:matrix.org
[m]
Hi, I just wanted to say thank you for VSCodium!
Scott Humphries
@sscotth
1.53.0 build is broken
Kevin Williams
@kevwil
Are the VSCodium maintainers doing anything to address security after the vscode repo was broken into? Audits or anything?
I'm horrified that my vscode instance auto-updated this morning after MS has apparently done nothing to address the issue, so I may switch to VSCodium if it's secure.
Scott Humphries
@sscotth
I hadn't heard about it being broken into. Link?
cool2k
@cool2k
hello, I want to start by say thanks for the work to make this possible
now, I would like to report (and offer to help provided the necessary access) that the automated builds have stopped since the 12th of Jan
@stripedpajamas do you know who to contact for my comment above?
Peter Squicciarini
@stripedpajamas
Me! 🤠 I'll look into it
@kevwil can you expound on the security incident?
Scott Humphries
@sscotth
I think there was a bug in their CI script that leaked their GitHub access token, not VSCode
Itself
Peter Squicciarini
@stripedpajamas
If that's the case then the answer is no, VSCodium isn't doing anything special to ensure the built product is "safe" (besides trying to remove automatic telemetry). We blindly clone the vscode repo, so if vscode gets compromised in some way, in all likelihood, VSCodium will be compromised as well. Hope that answers your question @kevwil
fanki
@fanki:matrix.org
[m]
hi all! I'd like to start by sending warm regards to everyone who makes possible VSCodium -- kudos and thank you!
So, first thing I noticed is:
the profile menu will never show, is this an expected behavior as part of removing all the ugly stuff?
if it's so, what extension are you guys using to keep your editors across different systems in sync?
I remember using Syncing back in the day but maybe there's a better choice nowadays
cool2k
@cool2k
@stripedpajamas thanks for kicking off the build on 6th of February. It looks like the auto build is still not fixed since I see vscode already at version 1.54.2 and vscodium at 1.53.2. could you kick it off again? and is there anything we can do to fix the autobuilds?
Peter Squicciarini
@stripedpajamas
@cool2k should be good now. some other people found the problem and fixed it 🌜
cool2k
@cool2k
great! thanks for the update! @stripedpajamas
John Rinehart
@johnrichardrinehart
When I start codium I get notified about a new releaes.
So, I download it.
It's .tar.gz. So, I tar -xvf it.
I get pre-compiled binaries.
How do I install?
sudo mv * /usr/bin/? No.
I did this: sudo cp -r ~/Downloads/codium /usr/share/
Someone can tell me if that was stupid.
Peter Bittner
@bittner
What distro are you on? If it's one of the common distros use their package manager (see https://vscodium.com/ ➜ "Use a Package Manager"). Otherwise, /opt/codium is usually a good place, and place a symlink to the binary in /usr/local/bin, which usually makes codium available in your shell's $PATH.
Peter Bittner
@bittner

When I start codium I get notified about a new releaes.

Here again, you should let your package manage take care of this.
If you are on Ubuntu and install Codium via snap the update will happen automatically (hence you'll rarely see this message, and if you do only for a short time).
If you use a regular package manager run your package manager to pull down and install the updates once you see this message. Note that it might take overnight before the update is actually packaged up by the automatic process the projects depending on this project have in place.

Damian Krolik
@user-gut
Hi. I just opened the issue ... but probably should ask the question here.
I'm looking for a way to disable Extensions from Activity Bar - I would like to create a build with few extensions - and disable TAB with all Extensions / Marketplace -is it possible... Where I should start to look /debug the Extension (other TABs) adding Mechanism - to Activity Bar and View Menu?
xdxanslfqjctozjeg
@xdxanslfqjctozjeg:matrix.org
[m]
Despite editing my product.json, VSCodium can't find any extensions