Microsoft shipped the February 2019 update of its open source, cross-platform Visual Studio Code editor with a bevy of improvements and fixes for a wide range of functionality.
Here's a summary of the highlights in the new VS Code 1.32 release as described by the company:
All of the above and many more tweaks, fixes and new features are explained in detail in the release notes.
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