Category: VSCode

Regions now available in VSCode Insiders Build version 1.17.0

Today, David Wilson from the PowerShell team at Microsoft, announced that Regions are now available in VSCode (Visual Studio Code) as of insiders build version 1.17.0. I was hoping the region and endregion keywords would be case-insensitive unlike in the PowerShell ISE where they're case-sensitive. It looks like that's indeed what they intended since the region keyword is case-insensitive in VSCode, but unfortunately the endregion keyword is case-sensitive as shown in the following example. There's Read more [...]

How to install Visual Studio Code and configure it as a replacement for the PowerShell ISE

If you follow me on Twitter, then I'm sure you're aware that I've been using nothing but VS Code (Visual Studio Code) as a replacement for the PowerShell ISE (Integrated Scripting Environment) for the past couple of weeks and while I had tried it in the past, I didn't previously think it was ready for prime time. That's now changed with all of the updates and work that has gone into it. From what I've found, it works fairly well flawlessly so I've created a short and simple video to help others Read more [...]

VS Code Rendering Problem in the PowerShell Integrated Terminal

I recently discovered a rendering problem in VS Code where pressing escape doesn't delete a multi-line command in the PowerShell integrated terminal. I created a video to report the problem and I thought I would share it here since the quality was less than optimal when sharing it on Twitter. https://youtu.be/0dySuC0RV4o Here's a link to my original tweet to David Wilson and here's a link to the GitHub issue that Max Trinidad has created. µ Read more [...]