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Here is how you can add a simple action to open a folder in VSCodium within Nemo file manager.

  1. Create a new file in ~/.local/share/nemo/actions/ and name the file vscodium.nemo_action
  2. Open the file in a text editor
  3. Copy the code below into the file
[Nemo Action]
Name=Open in VSCodium
Comment=Open VSCodium in the selected folder
Exec=codium "%F"
Icon-Name=vscodium
Selection=Any
Extensions=dir;
  1. Save the changes made to the file
  2. Now when you right click inside a folder in Nemo, it will show an option "Open in VSCodium" and when you click this option, it will launch VSCodium using the currently directory as the workspace.

This can be modified to work with Visual Studio Code (Which is closed source unlike VSCodium) by editing codium "%F" to code "%F"

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submitted 1 week ago by [email protected] to c/vscode
 
 

Time complexity isn't even associated to the size of the list. Amazing!

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I need to be able to see the difference between the current working file and the previous commit as I am editing the file. The only history plugins I can find either use pop-ups (which disappear when I start typing) or a dedicated diff-view which takes up too much space on my small monitor.

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Is there an extension that allows for automatic stashing on branch switch like GitHub desktop does?

There was an a proposal about it, but it got declined: https://github.com/microsoft/vscode/issues/86668

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I am an intermediate VSC user, and have a problem with commands that are too close to each other in the right-click context menu for the SFTP. I constantly click something other than the top one marked here. It causes a mess that's easy enough to clean up but it's annoying. Any suggestions here?

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submitted 7 months ago by [email protected] to c/vscode
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Maybe this is just an issue with my inability to format code effectively or maybe I'm just undiagnosed dyslexic (Open Dyslexic really does help me) but I have issues with my functions running together when I'm writing for more than five minutes. Is there an addon for VS Code that would highlight the background of my function bodies with different colors? I know that this is oddly specific, but I think this would really help. If it's language specific, I spend most of my time writing Go.

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i hadn't fired up my python project in an age, probably two vscodium updates. when i did, i had no more syntax checking and the alert window showed errors reaching the 'jedi' server.

downgrading the vscode-python extension to 2023.16.0 was seen as the surefire way to clear this. it worked for me, too - got my syntax error highlighting back and no pesky errors in the alert pane.

they created a new issue against the extension, or the packaging system, or something, which was closed immediately though the problem still persisted. the chatter was about a cache, somewhere, with a lot of 'perhaps' and 'if'. one day i'll try bumping this back up, maybe after vscode-python passes the problematic 2023.18.0 version.

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I was just thinking that sometimes I avoid breaking functions in a file into multiple modules because I don't want to deal with the hassle of switching files. One way to remove that hassle would be to have a way to view all the files in a folder in a single tab with each file appended to the list, so I could scroll through or search all of them in the same tab.

Does VS Code already have an extension like this? If not, is the VS Code extension system flexible enough to implement this feature?

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FSI Start (programming.dev)
submitted 10 months ago by DrDeadCrash to c/vscode
 
 

Hi everyone, I'm trying to try out F# via FSI in VS Code (Windows 10)

I have Ionide for F# installed, and have used it before, but now every time I try to start it I get a message "FSI :Start resulted in an error", it goes on to helpfully report "the option has no value".

dotnet is in path, dotnet works great. FSI? nothing.

I also have the .net workload installed for visual studio 2022 (if that matters).

I started up my Linux VM (KDE Neon) fired up vs codium and tried FSI Start...same error! So no tinkering in f# for me tonight. Does anyone have an idea what's happening, across two environments? Google is no help...

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