Visual Studio Code Remote Development
Open any folder in a container, on a remote machine, or in WSL and take advantage of VS Code's full feature set. Learn more!
This repository is for providing feedback on the Visual Studio Remote Development extension pack and its related extensions. You can use the repository to report issues or submit feature requests on any of these extensions:
If you are running into an issue with another extension you'd like to use with the Remote Development extensions, please raise an issue in the extension's repository. You can reference our summary of tips for remote related issues and our extension guide to help the extension author get started. Issues related to dev container definitions can also be reported in the vscode-dev-containers repository.
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VS Code Remote Development extension "stable" releases are tied directly to VS Code releases. Release highlights can be found in VS Code release notes which will include a link to detailed extension release notes.
The extensions are developed using the same development process and schedule as VS Code itself. You can see what is planned for the current development iteration in a pinned planning issue in this repository. This issue will include a link to the broader VS Code plan. As with VS Code itself, the extensions will update during a development iteration with changes that are only available in VS Code Insiders Edition.
You can use this repository to:
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