C++Now 2019: Tara Raj “C++ Development with Visual Studio Code”


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If you’re looking for a fast and lightweight open-source code editor, Visual Studio Code has you covered. Come for a deep dive of Visual Studio Code features which provide a rich, productive environment for C++ development. Features will be presented live so you can see how they can aid your day-to-day editing, building and debugging.

Tara Raj
Tara is a Program Manager at Microsoft working on C++ for Visual Studio Code and vcpkg. Previously, she worked on the Windows Subsystem for Linux and V1 of new tools for SQL Server on Linux including Azure Data Studio. Her passion for developer tools and Linux has transferred over to her work on the C++ team.

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  1. She got the error from 39:30 to 40:45 "gcc hello.cpp -o hello", at that time she could not solve that problem. Anyone can solve this?

  2. I just can't figure out out to make this build more than a single file and link them, it seems this extension is only for single file projects. Unless you're really meant to manually add each and every of thousands of files to the task file ofcourse.

  3. The GUI for configurations is really nice to start out. Same as for me… had to dig in the "tasks" en "compiler" settings. Yes, once you know how it operates then it's ok. So great to start out !! 🙂 Nice feature.

  4. I really like the intellisense feature of vscode but the amount of data it produces is getting out of hand. I'm currently working on an embedded project with maybe ~100k loc and the .vscode folder already takes up 5gb.


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