Git Extensions for VS Code
This extension provides a command to browse the current project using GitExtensions, from the Explorer.
From the Explorer, when you right-click (anywhere; a file or not) and then select the
Browse with Git Extensions, Git Extensions will open in
Browse mode for your current project.
- You need to have Git Extensions installed
- Git Extensions must be available globally (for windows users: registered in the
PATH environment variable)
There are no settings at this point.
There are no known issues.
- Added support for workspace; the right-clicked context menu item is now taken into consideration, opening GitExt based on that file or directory.
- Moved the
Browse with Git Extensions option up, right under the navigation section.
- Added the
Browse with Git Extensions command to the context menu of the editor, allowing to open GitExt from an opened file.
vscode dependency to
^1.1.22 to remove the
The initial release of Git Extensions for VS Code, it contributes the
Browse with Git Extensions command to the explorer's context menu.