Visual Studio Code
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Keyboard shortcut cheat sheet: http://donovanbrown.com/post/visual-studio-code-keyboard-shortcut-cheat-sheet
- (it’s for Windows so replace Ctrl with Cmd)
Ctrl + p / Cmd + P search for a file name (and also commands and other stuff I think)
Cmd + Shift + F - Find in files
Cmd + o - open a file (but it has to be recently opened or already open?)
Cmd + shift + o - search for a symbol
Select vertical column of text:
- Place the cursor where you want it
- hold down Shift + Alt , then click and drag with the mouse
- If you want to debug code in VS Code, you need a
- Click the Play button over on the left, and you’ll see text saying something like “To customize Run and Debug create a launch.json file”. If you click the link, it will create one for you.
- You might then want to add new configurations for new languages (eg Ruby) - to do that, click the link under “Show all automatic debug configurations” and then click “Add configuration”.
- If you’re configuring debugging for Ruby, there are some extra instructions here, under the link to Debugging Ruby with breakpoints