Extension Pack Template
Template to create a new visual studio code extension pack
What's in the folder
- This folder contains all of the files necessary for your extension pack.
package.json - this is the manifest file that defines the list of extensions of the extension
Get up and running straight away
F5 to open a new window with your extension loaded.
Extensions Viewlet and check your extensions are installed.
- You can relaunch the extension from the debug toolbar after making changes to the files listed
- You can also reload (
Cmd+R on Mac) the VS Code window with your extension to load
Install your extension
- To start using your extension with Visual Studio Code copy it into the
<user home>/.vscode/extensions folder and restart Code.
- To share your extension with the world, read on https://code.visualstudio.com/docs about
publishing an extension.
build:package scripts in that order.
build:clean: Removes any
.vsix file and the
node_modules folder in the repository.
build:install: Install dependencies with npm to obtain the
build:package: Create a
.vsix file with the packaged extension with the current
deploy:publish scripts in that order.
deploy:confirm: Shows a prompt to verify the deploying of the package.
deploy:publish: Publish the extension pack into the extension marketplace.
eslint:check: Checks the code lint on the project.
eslint:fix: Fixes the code lint of the project by updating the files that need it.
prettier:check: Checks the code format on the project.
prettier:format: Format the code lint of the project by updating the files that need it.
npm init and
refresh:clear scripts in that order.
refresh:clean: Deletes the repository-related metadata attributes from the
update them with the
npm init command.
refresh:clear: Delete unnecessary attributes and sort the