🇺🇦 Support Ukraine 🇺🇦
Hi folks, My name is Roman Valihura. I'm the author of this extension. I'm Ukrainian. I was born in Ukraine. I'm living here at the moment.
As you all know Russia invaded my country. Russia has already killed thousands of civilians and continues the war and terror in Ukraine. I have the luck that my region is pretty far from the frontline. But even here, I'm living in the air-alarm reality. The reality where you should wake up in the middle of the night and go into the shelter. Because a rocket flies over your region.
Like a lot of Ukrainians now I became a volunteer in this hard time for my country. We with a team producing Individual First Aid Kits for the Ukrainian army. If you have a wish and ability to support the activity, you can make a donation on our website, which we made to collect funds for producing First Aid Kits.
More datails on the aidkit.shop
Thank you for your attention!
Nix Environment Selector
Extension that lets you use environments declared in .nix files in Visual Studio Code.
Nix package manager provides a way of creating isolated environments with a specific configuration of packages. These environments are usually activated in the terminal and are not convenient to use within an IDE.
One option is to run
To run a Haskell application you need to have GHC (Haskell compiler) installed. With Nix package manager we can create an isolated environment containing only the GHC version and the dependencies that the project needs without polluting the user's environment.
Environment configuration in
Now let's try to open our project in Visual Studio Code.
As you can see VS Code can't find the GHC compiler. Let's apply
the environment declared in
Bingo 🎉🎉🎉. Everything is working now 😈
You can configure the extension in
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