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タイトル Visual Studio Code
URL https://code.visualstudio.com/
バージョン 1.10   1.9   1.8   1.7   1.6   1.5   1.4   1.3   1.2   1.2.0   1.1.1  
更新日 2017/03/02
追加日 2016/02/10
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説明 MicrosoftによるマルチプラットフォームのWeb/Cloud向けコーディング用エディタ。


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2017/03/02 ver 1.10

Version 1.10 is now available! Read about the new features and fixes in February.

2017/02/17 ver 1.9

Version 1.9 is now available! Read about the new features and fixes in January.
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2016/12/15 ver 1.8

Version 1.8 is now available! Read about the new features and fixes in November.
November 2016
November 2016
November 2016 (version 1.8)
Welcome to the November release of Visual Studio Code. There are a number of significant updates in this version that we hope you will like, some of the key highlights include:
Hot Exit - Switch context quickly and never lose your changes.
Focus on Your Code - Enhancements like Zen Mode, configurable Activity Bar, and more.
Settings improvements - New experience for configuring VS Code.
New Selection menu - Easily discover and use the editor selection commands.
Faster Text Search - Find the code you're looking for fast no matter how large your project.
Snippet authoring - Use variables in your code snippets.
Keyboard shortcuts - Create custom shortcuts with command arguments, find popular Keymaps.
JavaScript IntelliSense in HTML - Get full JavaScript language support in HTML files.
UI for Multitarget Debugging - Launch simultaneous debug sessions.
TypeScript 2.1 - Improved language support with the latest TypeScript update.
JavaScript - Support for Object Rest/Spread.
Workbench - New View picker, Integrated Terminal improvements, macOS themed title.
Settings - Search and easily edit settings, find Keymap extensions.
Editor - Git Clone, new editor settings, Sublime Text compatibility.

2016/11/04 ver 1.7

Version 1.7 is now available! Read about the new features and fixes in October.
October 2016
October 2016
October 2016 (version 1.7)
1.7.1 Recovery Build
October Release Summary
Welcome to the October release of Visual Studio Code. There are a number of significant updates in this version that we hope you will like, some of the key highlights include:
Horizontal layout - Organize your editors in either vertical or horizontal groups.
Keyboard Shortcuts Reference - New printable keyboard shortcuts PDF cheat sheet.
CSS autocompletion within HTML - Get rich auto completions for CSS embedded in your HTML.
Debug hit count control - Set breakpoint hit count conditions.
Simplified Node.js debugging - Easily configure your Node.js debugging sessions.
Keymaps for Sublime and Atom - You can now use these well-known keyboard shortcuts in VS Code.
Disable extensions - Quickly disable an Extension globally or for a specific workspace.
Improved TypeScript and JavaScript Grammar - The Dark+ themes now colorize variable and function references.
Extension Packs - View dependencies of an extension pack right in the extension details.
Workbench - Some View states now persisted in user settings. Open multiple files from Quick Open.
Editor - Keyboard shortcuts reference, finer formatting control.
Languages - JavaScript and CSS improvements.

2016/10/11 ver 1.6

Version 1.6 is now available! Read about the new features and fixes in September.
September 2016
September 2016
September 2016 (version 1.6)
Welcome to the September release of VS Code. There are a number of significant updates in this version that we hope you will like, some of the key highlights include:
TypeScript 2.0 - Language improvements for JavaScript and TypeScript as well as extension authoring.
Format on Save - Keep your code looking great by running a formatter when you save.
Switch Windows - Move quickly between VS Code windows (instances) via the Command Palette.
Search term history - Easily reuse past search terms in the Search box.
Launch script support - It's now possible to launch an NPM script before debugging.
Workspace recommendations - Provide extension recommendations for other members of your team to use.
API for Settings - It's now possible to change settings via an API. This allows new options like persistent Auto Save and File Associations.
VIM style relative line numbers - Display line numbers relative to the current cursor position.
Node 6.3+ Debugger - An experimental extension is available to support the V8 Inspector Protocol.
PREVIEW Extensions Packs - Bundle a set of extensions into a single download from the Marketplace.
PREVIEW TS/JS Grammar - A new colorizer for TS/JS with over 200 fixes. We will include it in the next release.
The release notes are arranged in the following sections related to VS Code focus areas. Here are some further updates:
Workbench - View image dimensions & file size details.
Editor - Unicode improvements to support UTF-16 surrogate pairs, Improvements to Whitespace settings.

2016/09/09 ver 1.5

Version 1.5 is now available! Read about the new features and fixes in August.
August 2016
August 2016
August 2016 (version 1.5)
The VS Code team was hard at work during August and we are happy with the release and we hope you like it too. There are key updates to the UI, extension support, debugging and the extensibility APIs.
Here are some highlights:
Workbench: Bring the File Explorer to life with File Icon Themes. VS Code ships with two icon themes with more available on the Marketplace.
Debugging: The console [REPL] just got a whole lot more usable with IntelliSense for Node.js as well as a new extension point for other languages to adopt. We also added support for multi-line input.
You can now quickly see an extension's contributions (commands, settings, languages). Both for your installed extensions and those on the Marketplace.
Sort your Marketplace extension searches by installation count and ratings.
Turn on auto update or use Update All for your installed extensions.
Editor: New settings to control word wrap and auto save.
Quick Open: Performance improvements with Quick Open for large projects.
Extension Authoring: Expanded editor command API to support VIM emulation.
Note: We had planned to ship 1.5 fully translated. Unfortunately, there are some delays with the translations and we do not want hold this release. We will ship an update with all the translations soon.
File Icon Themes
The File Explorer can now show file and folder icons. To enable file icons, pick a File Icon Theme:
Use the global menu File > Preferences > File Icon Theme (Code > Preferences on Mac).

2016/08/05 ver 1.4

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July 2016
July 2016
July 2016 (version 1.4)
During July, we slowed down feature work in favor of reducing our bug backlog and removing engineering debt. However, we were still able to add some improvements.
Workbench: Editor actions such as Open Preview and Switch to Changes View are back on the title bar. IME and Copy/Paste support in the Integrated Terminal.
Editor: Better snippet and suggestions control. New Insert Snippet command with dedicated UI.
Debugging: Restart Frame action to rerun a specific stack frame. 'Variable paging' feature moved into VS Code and available to all debug extensions.

2016/07/08 ver 1.3

Version 1.3 is now available! Read about the new features and fixes in June.
June 2016
June 2016
June 2016 (version 1.3)
Tabs: Tabbed editor panes allow you to quickly navigate to your files and organize your workbench.
Extensions: New in-product Extensions View to quickly find, install and manage your extensions.
Workbench: Enhanced Drag and Drop, Preview Editors to conserve your editor panes, and multiple Integrated Terminals.
Editor: Global Search and Replace, Indent Guides, Problems panel to view errors and warnings.
Languages: Better, more complete Emmet support, Atom JavaScript grammar extension.
Debugging: Lots of improvements including support for attaching to running Node.js processes and changing variable values during a debug session.
Extension Authoring: A new contribution point for menu bars and context menus. New APIs to open non-text resources and add editor decorator attachments.
With this release, VS Code shows open files as Tabs in the title area above the editor. You can move Tabs around via Drag and Drop to organize your files or right-click on a Tab to perform useful file specific actions.
If you prefer not to use Tabs, you can disable them through the workbench.editor.showTabs setting.
You can use the new workbench.editor.openPositioning setting to control where new editors should open. By default they open to the right of the active Tab, but you can change this to open to the left, or to the beginning or end of all editors.
Open Editors View
The new OPEN EDITORS view in the Explorer is the replacement to the previous WORKING FILES view.
The OPEN EDITORS view is a visual representation of the editor (open file) stacks:
Each editor group with the editors that belong to it is shown.

2016/06/15 ver 1.2

May 2016 (version 1.2)
1.2.1 Recovery build
To fix several performance and Git integration issues, we're releasing a 1.2.1 recovery build. You can view the resolved issues here.
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1.2.0 May release
Workbench: A new integrated Terminal allows you to stay in VS Code while using your platform's shell, we've added the ability to remove key bindings, and we've made progress on Tab support, which you can preview using the Insiders Release.
Note: Support for Tabs is not in the 1.2.0 (May 2016) Stable release. You can preview the experiences below by using the Insiders Release of VS Code.
Tab support is the number one User Voice request. While the full implementation will take multiple iterations to fully deliver, we wanted to share progress made during the May iteration.
This work has been checked into master and you can preview it using the Insiders Release.
1.2.1 Recovery build
1.2.0 May release

2016/06/07 ver 1.2.0

Version 1.2 is now available! Read about the new features and fixes in May.
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2016/05/17 ver 1.1.1

1.1.1 (April 2016)
The 1.1.1 release addresses an issue with multi-threaded debugging and an issue with the editor API.
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1.1.0 (April 2016)
Here is an overview of some of the updates contained in this release:
Quickly resize panes by double-clicking editor borders
Reopen the last closed file using 竍ァ竚狼 (Windows, Linux Ctrl+Shift+T)
Launch your favorite shell when opening a new Terminal from the Explorer or Command Palette
Extension authors will be especially happy with these updates:
Language Server protocol 2.0 is now consistent with core VS Code API
Automated test support for authoring Debug Adapters
New APIs for working with folders and JSON files
Downloads: Windows |
OS X | Linux 64-bit .zip .deb .rpm | Linux 32-bit .zip .deb .rpm