VScode improvement

VScode is the recommended editor for PowerShell Core as its multi-platform. Personally, I’ve preferred the Windows PowerShell ISE as its more closely aligned with the code I create and the work I do. The latest VScode improvement means I’m beginning to question that stance.

The latest version of VScode has buttons to run the whole code in the editor window or run selected code. In, and of, itself that’s not a huge improvement but it saves me remembering the specific keystrokes or digging through the menus.

So, thankyou for an improvement that makes things easier for me and means I’m more likely to use VScode

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1 Response to VScode improvement

  1. Dee Stock says:

    I wasn’t able to understand when will PS 7 released , if (and how) could we substitute 5.1 in Windows systems and if is there a complete remoting pack as in previous versions, including ISE.

    I tried to download 7 RC but it seems to be a parallel install, only in console version (I love console, but ISE has some useful things, even if I just read your article and am considering VScode).

    I’m not actually a programmer or an Enterprise admin: I only use scripting, automation and commandline as a tool to get things done without cliking here and there.

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