The developer team responsible for the sourcecode editor has version 1.58 by visual studio code (vs code). In the june update, the possibility to create terminals in the editor or move them to the editor area. The developer team also expands the settings for the engraved mode for potentially non-trusted code.
Create and move terminals in the editor
The june update allows you to create and move terminals in or in the editor area. This results in the possibility of a multi-dimensional grid layout, which remains independent of the panel state (panel state) and is visible.
For the use of terminals in the editor area, there are several options: developers can use the command create terminal in editor area use to create. By drag-and-drop, a terminal can be dragged from the tab list to the editor. In addition, developers can command move terminal into editor area exports during a terminal is focused. Furthermore, the context menu of the tabs terminal offers the option move into editor area. In addition, the update offers the settings with terminal.Integrated.Defaultlocation to set the editor so that newly created terminals are directed by standard in the editor area.
With the may update of vs code, the developer team has introduced behind the editor workspace trust, a hooked mode for potentially non-trusted code. With workspace trust, developer can set whether to trust the code in a folder. If you like unknown code of potentially non-trustworthy sources, you can edit it in restricted mode. In the case, visual studio code prevents any automatic execution: tasks are also disabled as debugging. In addition, the source code editor in the case of extensions and workspace settings is disabled.
One month later, the developer team now reacts to the customer’s feedback and fixes one or the other problem with the june update. For example, the update to customize user settings for the workspace trust brings a new action possibility config your settings in the header of the editor. This action is called the @tag: workspacetrust filtered setting editor.
Visual studio code 1.58 advanced the setting options for workplace trust.
In addition, the update will provide a new setting for the configuration of the banner. Users can configure the banner indicating that the current window is in enchanted mode, configure. In this way, the banner will be disabled after users who have familiarized with workspace trust and no memory need to work in the frosted mode.
The update offers a variety of other innovations. Clear information on the june update of the sourcecode editor can be found in the article on the visual studio code blog.