VSCode G-Code Syntax is the premier extension for editing G-Code inside of VSCode. Going past the simple syntax highlighting, this extension aims to turn your editor into a full blown g-code management suite. Building on the features of VSCode like Intellisense, snippets, debugging and more, we are able to offer nearly all of the features you would see in very expensive proprietary editors.
Additionally, by editing your G-Code inside of VSCode, you can take advantage of source control using Git to manage your g-code file versions.
G-Code Syntax is generously offered to everyone free of charge, if you find it useful, please consider supporting the project by becoming a sponsor, sharing it, and letting your friends know!
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This extension adds language syntax for CNC G-Code, code snippets, and colorization.
Current Supported File Extensions
If you would like another file extension supported by this extension, please open an issue.
Install from Extensions Marketplace or manually install the
Install & activate extension. Extension activates when you open a file marked for the
Tree view is enabled by default and can be access from the G icon on the activity bar.
G-Code Syntax Settings
G-Code Syntax is customizable and provides many configuration settings to allow the personalization of almost all features.
Please visit our GitHub Issues page for any open issues.
Latest Version: v0.4.1
Please refer to our CHANGELOG doc.
If you work like to help contribute to the code or this project, please fork away and submit pull requests!
For more information on contributing, please refer to the CONTRIBUTING doc.
About Applied Eng & Design
We are a full service engineering and design firm, specializing in CAD/CAM, CNC milling, rapid prototyping, training and more. We also like to dabble in Arudino / RaspberryPi projects, electronics, drones and robotics projects! Subscribe to our YouTube channel for videos on our projects, screencast tutorials, and more!
This extension is licensed under the MIT License.