Work the way you want with advanced settings
With this version of the editor, Microsoft offers developers more options for configuring the working environment according to their wishes and needs. This affects, for example, the command for configuring the display language in the editor: The VS Code team has updated the command. A new section “Available language” supplements the display by indicating which languages are not (yet) installed on the system. If a user selects a language, it will be automatically installed and the editor will apply the language.
The display of the problem panel has been expanded: At this point, users can now choose between a tree or a table display of the problems discovered (Image: Microsoft).
The display of the problem panel has also been expanded in this version: At this point, users can now choose between a tree or table display of the problems discovered. Compared to the tree view, the table shows the source (language service or extension) of each issue, allowing users to filter issues by their source.
File Explorer now supports parsing and hiding files that are excluded by the user’s .gitignore file. Programmers can enable this behavior via the explorer setting “Exclude Git Ignore (explorer.excludeGitIgnore)”. This setting then works with files.exclude to hide unwanted files from Explorer.
Jumping into the right code
With this version of the source code editor, TypeScript 4.7.3 is now also delivered. This version of TypeScript offers new language features including improved control flow analysis and support for ECMAScript Module Support in Node.js. This release also brings new tooling features and fixes a number of important bugs.
Python and Jupyter extension in June release
While the 1.68 release of the Visual Studio Code editor is still called May 2022, the developers are already presenting the Python and Jupyter extensions for the editor with the June 2022 designation in the Python developer blog.
This release includes improvements to localization support, Python interpreter detection, Jupyter extension support on vscode.dev/github.dev and the Pylance Insider program. Interested developers can see the full list of changes on GitHub in the changelogs for the Python, Jupyter, and Pylance extensions.
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