Rojo for VS Code
Integrates Rojo natively with VS Code.
All actions are performed via the Rojo menu, as seen above. To open the Rojo menu, either:
If you do not have Rojo installed, the extension will ask you if you want it to be automatically installed for you. If you do, it will be installed via Aftman, a toolchain manager. This will create an
You must click "Install Roblox Studio plugin" at least once if you want to live-sync from Studio!
Aftman bin on Non-Windows platforms
On macOS and Linux, after aftman is installed, you need to add the Aftman bin to your user PATH:
This extension uses the
If you are already using Foreman to manage your system Rojo, we recommend switching to Aftman. Aftman is a more robust, spiritual successor to Foreman, created by the same original author. (Who is also the creator of Rojo! 🙂)
If you want to learn more, see the Differences from Foreman section of the Aftman README.
Migrating from a globally-installed or Foreman-managed Rojo
When you open the extension for the first time, if you are not using Aftman, a message will appear in the bottom-right. If you click "Switch to Aftman" on that message, your old
Coming from V1 of this extension
The release of V2 of this extension has changed how it works drastically, both internally and how you interact with it. However, we hope that these changes do not negatively affect your workflow.
If something about this new extension breaks your workflow, please tell us about it!
You can always temporarily revert to V1 by clicking the cog on the extension page and choosing "Install another version".
Rojo for VS Code is available under the terms of The Mozilla Public License Version 2. See LICENSE for details.