Boontjes IT Button Bar Plugin for VS Code
The Boontjes IT Button Bar Plugin for Visual Studio Code is a handy extension that allows you to add flexible buttons to your VS Code toolbar. These buttons execute commands in the VS Code terminal, providing quick access to commonly used commands and tasks.
This plugin is distributed under the MIT License. The license text is provided below:
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How to Use
You can configure the plugin by modifying the
settings.json file in VS Code. Below is an example configuration:
"name": "Git Status",
"description": "Get status of current Git project",
"command": "git status",
With this configuration, one button will be added to the button bar. The button is named "Git Status" and executes the command "git status" in the terminal. The terminal named "git-pull-push" is used to execute the command.
You can add more buttons by adding additional objects to the "buttons" array. Make sure each object has the appropriate properties such as "name", "description", "color", "command", and "terminal" to achieve the desired functionality.
Enjoy using the Boontjes IT Button Bar Plugin and streamline your development workflow in VS Code!
Quickly add custom buttons to the bottom bar These buttons execute commands in the VS Code terminal
No requirements or dependencies