Update 2020-07-20: Extension v1.2.0 has been released in the VS Code marketplace.
We are working on the next release of the ev3dev-browser VS Code Extension and we need testers! This version mostly contains bug fixes. It should do a better job detecting ev3dev devices. It also fixes a bug where subprocesses on the EV3 are not stopped when clicking the red stop button in VS Code.
There is also one new feature courtesy of @WasabiFan. The
ev3dev debugger is
now registered as a default handler for Python files, so now it is possible to
download and run a Python script without having to create a
Just open your file and press F5 or Cmd ⌘
+Return ↩ on Mac.
If you find any problems, please report them here.
The ev3dev VS Code extension is also now available via open-vsx.org for those that use other VS Code-compatible editors like VSCodium and Eclipse Theia.