Software update: Visual Studio Code 1.30




Visual Studio Code is an open source code editor with support for IntelliSense , debugging , Git and code snippets . Support for the common scripting and programming languages ​​is present and it can also be extended via extensions . Microsoft has released version 1.29.1. The corresponding list of adjustments is as follows:

November 2018 (version 1.30)

Welcome to the November 2018 release or Visual Studio Code. There are a number of significant updates in this version that we hope you like, some of the key highlights include:
Multiline search improvements – Easily create multiline search patterns without using regex.
Custom title bar on Linux – The custom title and menu bar is now the default on Linux.
References view – Find All References view includes history or recent searches.
Snippet comment variables – Snippet variables insert correct comment per language.
JS / TS callback display – Now you can see the context of anonymous callbacks.
JSDoc Markdown highlighting – Including syntax highlighting for Markdown code blocks in JSDoc.
Simplified debug configuration – Better defaults and Quick Pick UI for initial launch configuration.
Run tasks on folder open – Configure tasks to run when you open a project folder.
Choose extension version – Install earlier versions of Marketplace extensions.
The release notes are arranged in the following sections related to VS Code focus areas. Here are some further updates:
Workbench – Menu scrolling and improved overflow handling, one click to open settings.json.
Languages – JS / TS renames now handle destructuring, add missing ‘new’ Quick Fix.
Debugging – Delete debug consoles, debug directly from the VS Code Process Explorer.
Tasks – Clear task terminal, user input for task variables, rerun last task command.
Extension Authoring – Go to Declaration support, new Signature Help context.
Visual Studio Code –

Version number 1.30
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Linux, macOS, Windows 8, Windows 10
License type Conditions (GNU / BSD / etc.)


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