Tye for Visual Studio Code (Preview)
The Tye extension makes it easier to run and debug applications that are using Tye
Using Tye requires Docker to be installed.
Install Docker on your machine and add it to the system path.
Using the Tye tooling requires a project to be run using the Tye CLI.
Instructions for installing Tye CLI can be found here.
Visual Studio Code
Download and install Visual Studio Code on your machine.
The Tye extension lets you view and debug Tye services.
View running Tye application
You can view the running Tye application, view all services and it's replicas, view logs and open the services in the browser.
Generating Tye assets
You can add
tye.yaml file to your workspace by opening the Command Palette (F1) and using Tye: Initialize Tye command. The command will generate
tye.yaml based on .NET projects in the solution currently open in the workspace.
Generating task and launch configuration
You can add the task tye-run to run the Tye application and a debug launch configuration Debug with Tye to debug the Tye application by opening the Command Palette (F1) and using the Tye: Scaffold Tye Tasks command.
Running and debugging the Tye application
The extension offers command to run the Tye application, attach the debugger to already running service or start the Tye application with debugger attached to all debuggable services.
Run the Tye application
You can run the Tye application by running the task tye-run.
Debug an already running service
You can attach the debugger to an already running service by clicking on the Attach icon on any replica of the service you want to debug.
Debug with Tye
The Debug with Tye launch configuration helps you debug multiple services at a time.
The default scaffolded configuration attaches the debugger to all debuggable services, but it can be configured to attach to only a subset of services.
Configuring a subset of services to debug
Services to debug can be configured by adding
services property in the Debug with Tye launch configuration.
watch mode for debugging
The Tye extension lets you start the Tye application in the
watch mode and subsequently attach the debugger in the
watch mode. With the
watch mode on, the debugger watches for any code changes and re-attaches to the re-spawned services.
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For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or
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Reporting security issues and bugs
The Tye extension is an experimental project, and as such we expect all users to take responsibility for evaluating the security of their own applications.
Security issues and bugs should be reported privately, via email, to the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC) firstname.lastname@example.org. You should receive a response within 24 hours. If for some reason you do not, please follow up via email to ensure we received your original message. Further information, including the MSRC PGP key, can be found in the Security TechCenter.