Extension for injecting single environment variables into your session and
Inject environment variable
Choose an environment variable, and a value for it; it'll be set in your environment.
Replace environment variable
Pick from a quicklist of currently defined environment variable, type in a replacement value.
Source an environment file (Command Palette / File Tree Context Menu)
Input a path to a
The file should be formatted as follows:
It can also optionally have leading "export" or whitespace and generally be
badly formatted, though with the exception of leading
Note: Applications/Terminals opened before sourcing a file will not be affected. Be
sure to open applications/terminals after if you want it to get the sourced values
injected. Note that I haven't been able to get powershell to pick up sourced environment
variables at all, though this may be a matter of configuration. I've used it with
Output your current environment in the 'Output' panel
Output your current environment to the output panel to inspect it. The panel will should automatically open.
Get current environment
Get your current environment in an info box to inspect it. Copy the text from the notification and paste it somewhere to see a non-truncated version.