Read about the new features and fixes from August. The C support in Visual Studio Code is optimized for cross-platform. NET Core development see working with. Our focus with VS Code is to be a great editor for cross-platform C development. Note: VS Code has limited support for debugging applications running on the Desktop.
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NET Framework. Due to this focus, many standard C project types are not recognized by VS Code. An example of a non-supported project type is an ASP. NET Core is supported. In these cases, if you want to have a lightweight tool to edit a file - VS Code has you covered. If you want the best possible experience for those projects and development on Windows in general, we recommend you use Visual Studio Community. C language support is an optional install from the Marketplace. NET Core. In addition to the Microsoft C extension , the community has produced other extensions.
Tip: The extensions shown above are dynamically queried. Click on an extension tile above to read the description and reviews to decide which extension is best for you. See more in the Marketplace. We offer support for:. On startup the best matching projects are loaded automatically but you can also choose your projects manually. The status bar will show what projects have been loaded and also allows you to select a different set of projects. To do so, click on the status bar projects item and select Change projects…. In the image below a single project has been picked up:.
There is a lot to discover with C and the editor, such as format on type, IntelliSense, the rename-refactoring, etc. For a full description of our editing features, go to the Basic Editing and Code Navigation documentation.
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