February 2022 (version 1.65)

Update 1.65.1: The update addresses these security issues.

Update 1.65.2: The update addresses these issues.

Downloads: Windows: User System ARM | Mac: Universal 64 bit Arm64 | Linux: deb rpm tarball ARM snap

Welcome to the February 2022 release of Visual Studio Code.

If you'd like to read these release notes online, go to Updates on code.visualstudio.com.


New editor history navigation

The editor history navigation feature in VS Code drives some popular commands, such as Go Back and Go Forward. Numerous feature requests accumulated over time to improve this feature and also add more capabilities. This milestone editor history navigation was rewritten from scratch to address most of these requests.

Editor group aware navigation

Editor groups are now taken into account when navigating in the editor history. Navigating back and forward in editor history will activate and focus editors in exactly those editor groups as they were. When an editor group is removed, all associated history entries are discarded.

In the short video below, the first Go Back places the cursor in the new editor group and then the second Go Back navigation returns to the original editor group.

Editor history keeps track of appropriate editor group

Theme: GitHub Light

New setting to scope navigation to editor group or editor

A new setting workbench.editor.navigationScope makes it possible to scope editor history navigation to just the active editor group or even editor. Supported values are:

  • default: Editor navigation works across all opened editor groups and editors.
  • editorGroup: Editor navigation is limited to opened editors of the active editor group.
  • editor: Editor navigation is limited to the active editor.

If you configure the scope to editorGroup or editor, each editor group or editor will have their own navigation stack that can be navigated individually.

Notebook support

You can now navigate between cells you have selected in any notebook. Navigation works across editors, in the same way as you can navigate between cursor locations in a text editor.

Navigation across notebook cells

Theme: GitHub Light

New commands to navigate edit or navigation locations

By default, editor navigation locations are added whenever you navigate across editors but also when navigating within editors (for example, when switching notebook cells or changing selection in text editors). If you feel that too many locations are being recorded, new commands have been added that reduce locations to either:

  • Navigation locations - For example, when using Go to Definition.
  • Edit locations - Whenever an editor is changed. For example, when typing in a text editor.

You can assign your favorite keybinding to these commands to change your navigation accordingly.

Commands for edit locations:

  • workbench.action.navigateForwardInEditLocations - Go forward in edit locations.
  • workbench.action.navigateBackInEditLocations - Go back in edit locations.
  • workbench.action.navigatePreviousInEditLocations - Go previous in edit locations.
  • workbench.action.navigateToLastEditLocation - Go to last edit location (this command already existed before).

Commands for navigation locations:

  • workbench.action.navigateForwardInNavigationLocations - Go forward in navigation locations.
  • workbench.action.navigateBackInNavigationLocations - Go back in navigation locations.
  • workbench.action.navigatePreviousInNavigationLocations - Go previous in navigation locations.
  • workbench.action.navigateToLastNavigationLocation' - Go to last navigation location.

Associated context keys have been added to make assigning keybindings more powerful.

Context keys for edit locations:

  • canNavigateBackInEditLocations- Whether it is possible to go back in edit locations.
  • canNavigateForwardInEditLocations - Whether it is possible to go forward in edit locations.
  • canNavigateToLastEditLocation - Whether it is possible to go to the last edit location.

Context keys for navigation locations:

  • canNavigateBackInNavigationLocations - Whether it is possible to go back in navigation locations.
  • canNavigateForwardInNavigationLocations - Whether it is possible to go forward in navigation locations.
  • canNavigateToLastNavigationLocation - Whether it is possible to go to the last navigation location.

New layout control options

Last milestone, we introduced the experimental layout control in the title bar (enabled by setting workbench.experimental.layoutControl.enabled to true). We have heard feedback that, while the actions in the control are useful, they require too many clicks. For that reason, we are adding several UI options for everyone to try out with the setting workbench.experimental.layoutControl.type. This setting has the following options:

  • menu: The previous behavior with a single button that opens a menu (default).
  • toggles: A new option that shows three buttons to toggle the Panel, Side Bar, and Side Panel.
  • both: A new option that shows the toggles followed by the menu button, which still allows you to fairly quickly access the customize layout Quick Pick.

The image below shows layoutControl.type set to both to display the three toggle buttons along with the menu dropdown.

Layout control with type set to both to show toggle buttons and menu dropdown

Light High Contrast theme

A new Light High Contrast theme has been added to improve legibility and readability of the editor.

VS Code using Light High Contrast theme

Audio cues

New audio cues have been added with this release, including audio cues for warnings, inline suggestions, and debugger breakpoint hits. The sounds have been tuned and the general setting audioCues.enabled has been deprecated in favor of the individual audioCues.* settings:

A screenshot of all available audio cue enablement settings

All audio cues except lineHasWarning are enabled by default for screen reader users (setting value auto).

A new audio cue command Help: List Audio Cues lists all available audio cues, lets you hear each audio cue as you move through the list, and review which cues are currently enabled.

Audio cue help command dropdown with the warning and breakpoint audio cues enabled

Drag and drop Problems and Search results

You can now drag and drop a Problem, Search, or Reference result into the editor, opening the file and revealing the result position. This can be useful if you want to start a new editor group or drop a result into an existing editor group.

Drag and Drop problem result into the editor

Settings editor split view

The Settings editor now uses an adjustable split view to separate the table of contents from the settings list.

Settings editor adjustable split view

Improved automatic language detection

When the new setting workbench.editor.historyBasedLanguageDetection is enabled, untitled editors will use an improved automatic language detection algorithm that factors in your editor history and the contents of the current workspace. The new algorithm requires much less text input than before to provide detection results.

Below is an example of using this across JavaScript, TypeScript, Markdown, Python, PHP, and C++ (many more languages are supported):

Using automatic language detection for several programming languages

Theme: GitHub Light + HC Customizations

Improved language extension recommendations

Language feature extension recommendations now take into consideration other prominent language extensions in the Marketplace while recommending. For example, VS Code does not recommend the Java Extension Pack if you have the Apache NetBeans Java extension installed.

Keyboard shortcut for extension tree hovers

You can trigger the hover to show in custom tree views that are contributed by extensions by using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl/Cmd+K, Ctrl/Cmd+I.


Surround With Snippet

There is a new command to surround the current selection with a snippet. Select some text, invoke the Surround With Snippet command from the Command Palette (⇧⌘P (Windows, Linux Ctrl+Shift+P)), and select a snippet from the dropdown.

In the short video below, a selected method is surrounded by a try/catch snippet.

Running the Surround With Snippet command, accepting the try/catch snippet

Any applicable snippet that uses the TM_SELECTED_TEXT or SELECTION variables will be available in the Surround With Snippet Quick Pick dropdown. Custom user or project snippets are also included.

Accessible inlay hints

Inlay hints show additional information within source code, like the inferred type of a variable. For screen reader users, there is a new command to help with this feature. Select Read Line With Inlay Hints from the Command Palette and the editor will read the current line interleaved with its hints.

Contextual Unicode highlighting

To report fewer false positives, ambiguous and invisible Unicode characters are no longer highlighted if the surrounding characters visually indicate a non-ASCII script. Thus, in trusted workspaces, only characters that are invisible or can be confused with ASCII characters are highlighted. The exception to this is those characters that are contained in a word of non-ASCII characters, where at least one character cannot be confused with an ASCII character.

Before you can see multiple false positives in the const string:

Screenshot of text with many false positives and one true positive

After only the confusing character is highlighted:

Screenshot of text with only one true positive


Multi-line paste warning

A dialog now shows by default when pasting multiple lines in terminals when the shell does not support multi-line. This warning is displayed for bracketed paste mode and for PowerShell when we hand off Ctrl+V directly to the shell. There is a Do not ask me again checkbox on the dialog to easily disable the feature.

The implementation for terminal links had a large refactor this release. This simplified and improved maintainability of the feature but also brought:

  • Link highlights work again.
  • Caching of resolved links, reducing latency for certain links to show up.
  • Workspace Search links are now handled by the same code as validated links, for more consistency and improving line/column recognition.
  • Several bug fixes.

The Open Last File Link and Open Detected Link... commands introduced last version now exclude folders, which should make them more useful.

Source Control

Diff editor management

This milestone we have made changes that should help with managing diff editors. There is a new command Git: Close All Diff Editors in the Command Palette that can be used to close all open diff editors. There is also a new setting, git.closeDiffOnOperation to automatically close diff editors when changes are stashed, committed, discarded, staged, or unstaged.

Git command output logging

When executing a git command, the contents of stderr are logged in the Git output window. There is a new setting, git.commandsToLog, to specify a list of Git commands that will have the contents of stdout logged in the Git output window.


Lazy variables

Accessing the value of a variable may have side-effects or be expensive. VS Code's generic debugger can now show a button for the user to fetch the variable value on demand. This is available for debug extensions that support the new "lazy" variable feature. Currently this has only been implemented by the built-in JavaScript debugger for property getters, but we expect that other debugger extensions will follow soon.

Expanding lazy variables in the debugger


There's a new platform independent userHome variable that you can use in tasks.

  "label": "Test Home",
  "type": "shell",
  "command": "ls ${userHome}"


Built-in output renderers update

We moved the text, image, HTML and code renderers from the VS Code core to a built-in output renderer extension. With this change, VS Code can now search text on these output types.

In the short video below, searching for item initially has 3 results for the code cell, but can be filtered to also include the cell output.

Search keyword 'item' in code cell then also in cell output

Sticky scrolling notebook cell buttons

The Run button and cell toolbar will now stick to the top of the screen when scrolling down a code cell. This makes them more accessible when working in a long code cell.

Notebook cell button and toolbar remain visible during scrolling

Theme: Dracula


TypeScript 4.6

VS Code now ships with TypeScript 4.6. This update brings a number of new language features, along with tooling improvements and bug fixes. You can read more about TypeScript 4.6 on the TypeScript blog.

Syntax error reporting in JavaScript files

Thanks to TypeScript 4.6, VS Code now reports some common syntax errors in JavaScript files. This includes parsing errors, as well as invalid redeclarations of block scoped variables:

Detecting a redeclaration of a const variable in a JavaScript file

Previously these errors were only reported when you enable semantic checking in your JavaScript.

You can disable this error reporting by setting:

"javascript.validate.enable": false

More JS/TS settings can be configured per language

More of the JavaScript and TypeScript settings can now be configured as language-specific settings. Language-specific settings are useful if you want different settings for javascript vs javascriptreact, for example.

New language-specific enabled settings include:

  • javascript.preferences.quoteStyle, typescript.preferences.quoteStyle
  • javascript.preferences.importModuleSpecifier, typescript.preferences.importModuleSpecifier
  • javascript.preferences.importModuleSpecifierEnding, typescript.preferences.importModuleSpecifierEnding
  • javascript.preferences.jsxAttributeCompletionStyle, typescript.preferences.jsxAttributeCompletionStyle
  • javascript.preferences.renameShorthandProperties, typescript.preferences.renameShorthandProperties
  • javascript.preferences.useAliasesForRenames, typescript.preferences.useAliasesForRenames
  • javascript.suggest.enabled, typescript.suggest.enabled
  • javascript.suggest.completeJSDocs, typescript.suggest.completeJSDocs
  • javascript.suggest.jsdoc.generateReturns, typescript.suggest.jsdoc.generateReturns
  • javascript.autoClosingTags, typescript.autoClosingTags

New Lua syntax highlighting grammar

VS Code has a new, better-maintained, Lua grammar for syntax highlighting of Lua files. The new grammar is actively maintained, fixes issues that existed in the old grammar, and supports newer Lua tokens.

VS Code for the Web

Reopen local files and folders

The list of recently opened local files and folders is now available when you access vscode.dev or insiders.vscode.dev with a browser that supports the web file system access API. Selecting a local file will open it in an editor and selecting a local folder will update the File Explorer to show its contents. You may be asked by the browser to confirm local file access before the contents are revealed.

Open recent folders in VS Code for the Web

Remote Repositories

GitHub Repositories

This milestone, merge conflict resolution was improved when editing GitHub repositories on vscode.dev and github.dev. There are now merge conflict decorations in your editor, with options to Accept Current Change, Accept Incoming Change or Accept Both Changes.

Merge conflict decorations and selecting Accept Current Change

There is also a Stage Changes action in the Source Control view for files containing merge conflicts.

Staging merge conflicts

Additionally, you can now easily stage and unstage all changes under a specific folder in a GitHub repository on vscode.dev and github.dev. To do so, right-click on the Source Control view and select View as Tree.

Stage all changes under a folder after setting View as Tree

Theme: One Monokai

Workspace search and Find All References will now download and index a full copy of the repository by default, rather than defaulting to providing partial results as before.

There are several settings to configure this indexing feature:

  • remoteHub.indexing.verboseDownloadNotification - Controls whether the download notification is shown as a popup (default) or in the Status bar.
  • remoteHub.indexing.maxIndexSize - Controls the size limit of indexes to download. If this limit is exceeded, the download will be cancelled and partial results will be provided. You can leave this setting empty to never download repositories and always use partial results.

Azure Repos

In this milestone, we switched Azure Repos support from using a specific Azure DevOps authentication provider to using the generic Microsoft authentication provider (used by Settings Sync). You will be prompted to log in again when you visit an Azure Repo but all of your saved changes will be persisted.

Contributions to extensions

Hex Editor data inspector improvements

Previously, the Hex Editor extension always displayed its Data Inspector in the Side bar, and revealed it whenever a hex editor was revealed. However, some users found this annoying, and it led to a particularly disruptive experience with its integration of a memory inspector for debuggers. Now, the Data Inspector will appear to the right side of the inspected bytes. If the editor is too narrow, the Data Inspector will be displayed inside a hover widget instead.

Image showing the Data Inspector to the right side of the hex bytes

Theme: Codesong

This can be configured via the hexeditor.inspectorType setting, which can take one of three values:

  • aside - Show the Data Inspector to the side.
  • hover - Show the Data Inspector only on hover, regardless of editor width.
  • sidebar - Display the Data Inspector in the Side bar as before.

GitHub Pull Requests and Issues

Work continues on the GitHub Pull Requests and Issues extension, which allows you to work on, create, and manage pull requests and issues. Check out the changelog for the 0.38.0 release of the extension to see the highlights.

Preview features

Terminal shell integration

Shell integration in the terminal was initially introduced in the last release and has seen many improvements this month. As a refresher, this feature allows VS Code to gain additional insights into what's happening within the terminal, which was previously largely unknown. The feature is still considered experimental and you can opt-in via the terminal.integrated.shellIntegration.enabled setting.

The biggest change this release is that commands detected by shell integration now feature decorations in the "gutter" to the left. A command decoration visually breaks up the buffer and provides access to information and actions that use shell integration capabilities. There are three types of command decorations: error, success, and default, as determined by the command's exit code.

A command succeeds and a success decoration is placed to the left of the prompt. A command fails and an error decoration is placed to the left of the prompt. A placeholder decoration is to the left of no-op commands and the current command before it's been executed.

Clicking on a decoration displays actions specific to that command in a menu, that currently include Re-run Command and Copy Output.

Command decoration context menu showing Re-run Command and Copy Output actions

Hovering over the decoration displays information about the command, such as the time since it was run and the associated exit code.

Command decoration hover displaying Show Command Actions option and information that the command executed 3 minutes ago and returned failed exit code 127

Decorations can be disabled by setting terminal.integrated.shellIntegration.decorationsEnabled to false. Individual icons can be configured via the terminal.integrated.shellIntegration.decorationIcon* settings and these new theme keys set the colors:

  • terminalCommandDecoration.successBackground
  • terminalCommandDecoration.errorBackground
  • terminalCommandDecoration.defaultBackground

Here are the other main changes:

  • The enablement setting has been renamed to terminal.integrated.shellIntegration.enabled.
  • The mechanism for enabling shell integration in all supported shells is now more reliable.
  • Shell integration should now work when using remote connected windows (SSH, WSL, containers).
  • Line continuations (for example, $PS2) should now work on all supported shells.
  • Commands that are "skipped" are now marked specially. For example, after using Ctrl+C or running an empty command.
  • The Run Recent Command and Go to Recent Directory commands now store history between sessions. Storing history can be configured via the terminal.integrated.shellIntegration.history setting.


The ESLint extension has preliminary support for notebook documents containing cells that can be validated with ESLint. This support is only available in the Pre-Release version of the extension.

Extension authoring

Language status items

We have finalized the API for language status items. This API shows language specific information for the active editor. This can be general information about the project or toolset version but can also display errors and warnings.

JSON language status item linking to schema used for validation

The API resembles the Status bar API and can be accessed via vscode.languages.createLanguageStatusItem(...). A language status item should be created with a document selector so that VS Code can show and hide it whenever the active editor changes.

Inlay Hints

The Inlay Hint provider API is now finalized. It allows to inlay additional information with source code. The image below shows how TypeScript added an inlay hint for an inferred type.

TypeScript inferred variable type  shown as inlay hint

The API is built around the InlayHintsProvider. It provides InlayHint objects, which have a couple of interesting features:

  • An inlay hint can have a tooltip and a command.
  • The label of a hint can be composed of multiple parts, which again can have a tooltip and command.
  • The label parts can also have an associated source location that enables language features such as Go To Definition for this part.

Status bar focus borders

We made it easier and more accessible to navigate the Status bar by adding focus borders to the Status bar and Status bar items.

Animation showing Status bar focus borders as the user tabs thought Status bar items

Theme authors can customize the border colors by configuring the two new theme colors:

  • statusBar.focusBorder: The border color of the entire status bar when focused.
  • statusBarItem.focusBorder: The border color the status bar items when focused.

Testing refresh action and sortText

We've finalized our proposal to add a standard refresh handler to the TestController interface. If extensions assign a method to this property, VS Code will show a "refresh" icon in the Test Explorer view.

Additionally, the TestItem can now have a sortText attribute that controls the sort order for items which do not have a specific location in a file.

Comment timestamp

The Comments API now let's you add a timestamp to each Comment. This timestamp is shown in the Comments widget and in the Comments view. By default, the timestamp is shown as a relative time (for example, "2 weeks ago"), but the user setting comments.useRelativeTime can be used to show an exact time instead. The hover of the timestamp will always be the exact time.

vscode-test package renamed to @vscode/test-electron

The vscode-test package has been renamed to @vscode/test-electron. Extension authors should update the entry in their extension's package.json file devDependencies, if they are including that package. The @vscode/test-electron package helps run integration tests for VS Code extensions. You can learn more at the vscode-test repository.

Updated codicons

The following new icons were added to our codicon library:

  • arrow-circle-down
  • arrow-circle-left
  • arrow-circle-right
  • arrow-circle-up
  • error-small
  • indent
  • layout-activitybar-left
  • layout-activitybar-right
  • layout-centered
  • layout-menubar
  • layout-panel-center
  • layout-panel-justify
  • layout-panel-left
  • layout-panel-right
  • layout-panel
  • layout-sidebar-left
  • layout-sidebar-right
  • layout-statusbar
  • layout
  • newline
  • record-small
  • target

Preview of updated icons

Icon contribution point is now final

The icon contribution point allow extensions to define a new icon by ID, along with a default icon. The icon ID can then be used by the extension (or any other extensions that depend on the extension) anywhere a ThemeIcon can be used new ThemeIcon("iconId"), in Markdown strings ($(iconId)), and as icons in certain contribution points.

Product icon themes can redefine the icon (if they know about the icon ID).

"contributes": {
  "icons": {
    "distro-ubuntu": {
      "description": "Ubuntu icon",
      "default": {
        "fontPath": "./distroicons.woff",
        "fontCharacter": "\\E001"
    "distro-fedora": {
      "description": "Ubuntu icon",
      "default": {
        "fontPath": "./distroicons.woff",
        "fontCharacter": "\\E002"

In the example above, an extension defines two new icon IDs distro-ubuntu and distro-fedora, along with default icon definitions. The icons are defined in an icon font at the given font character.

File icon themes: Support for folder names in file associations

In file icon themes, the associations in folderNames, folderNamesExpanded, fileNames, and fileExtensions can now also contain a folder name:

  "fileNames": {
    "system/win.ini": "_win_ini_file"

system/win.ini means that the association matches files called win.ini directly in a folder system.

  "fileExtensions": {
    "system/ini": "_ini_file"

system/ini means that the association matches files called *.ini directly in a folder system.

  "folderNames": {
    ".vscode/extensions": "_vscode_folder"

Running remotely installed web extensions in VS Code for the Web with Codespaces

VS Code for the Web with Codespaces now supports running a remotely installed web extension in the web extension host. For example, if you have the Vim extension installed in a GitHub Codespace (via configuration in a devcontainer.json file) then Vim will be loaded in the web extension host when you open the codespace in the browser. Please read our Extension Host documentation for more information.

Note: There are currently known limitations regarding loading a web worker by such an extension. See issue for more details.

Debugger extension authoring

Support for "important" Output events

Recently, the Debug Adapter Protocol added an important category for the Output event. This category marks events that should stand out and not go overlooked by the user. VS Code will now show a notification popup for messages with the important category. They will also still be logged to the Debug Console.

Support for 'lazy' variables

Some variables are dynamic and require executing code to get the value. A debug adapter may not want to retrieve their full values automatically, since doing so could have side-effects or be expensive.

Some debug adapters have addressed this problem by representing the "expensive variable" as a placeholder object that the user needs to "expand" explicitly in order to fetch the value. VS Code's built-in js-debug uses this approach for JS/TS getters:

class Person {
  name = 'Danny';
  get email(): string {
    return 'foo@example.bar';
  get address(): Address {
    return new Address();
class Address {
  street = 'Main Street';
  city = 'Zurich';

The following screencast shows that the intermediate object makes it difficult to understand the effective data structure:

Reviewing property getter values without lazy evaluation

In this release, we have improved VS Code to render the intermediate object in a compact form with a (...) button for requesting the full value.

Reviewing property getter values with lazy evaluation triggerd by '(...)' button

A debug adapter can request this new presentation style for a variable by adding a VariablePresentationHint with a lazy property (see DAP additions). If the client does not support the lazy flag, the variable will be shown as before.

Language Server Protocol

Another next version of the Language Server Protocol, together with the corresponding npm modules, has been published. The new version contains the following changes:

  • The conversion of LSP types into VS Code types and vice versa is now fully asynchronous. This change avoids the conversion of large data streams, which can block the extension host. Note that this is a breaking API change in the libraries (more information in the README.md). It does not affect the backwards compatibility of the protocol itself.
  • The proposed implementation for notebook documents was enhanced. It has now full middleware and provider support.

Debug Adapter Protocol

There are several new properties added to the Debug Adapter Protocol.

  • The new boolean property lazy was added to the VariablePresentationHint. Clients can use the optional flag to present the variable with a UI that supports a specific gesture to fetch its value.
  • The new optional string property detail was added to the CompletionItem. With this human-readable string, a client can show additional information about the item, such as type or symbol information. Note that this property is not yet supported by VS Code.

Proposed extension APIs

Every milestone comes with new proposed APIs and extension authors can try them out. As always, we want your feedback. Here are the steps to try out a proposed API:

  1. Find a proposal that you want to try and add its name to package.json#enabledApiProposals.
  2. Use the latest vscode-dts and run vscode-dts dev. It will download the corresponding d.ts files into your workspace.
  3. You can now program against the proposal.

You cannot publish an extension that uses a proposed API. There may be breaking changes in the next release and we never want to break existing extensions.

Markdown hovers in Timeline items

Items provided by a TimelineProvider can now support Markdown in the detail property, which is used to provide content for their tooltip.

Notebook aware document selectors

The vscode.DocumentSelector type allows you to associate language features like Go to Definition to specific documents. This drives the UI and also decides if the corresponding provider is asked for results. We have added a new API proposal that allows extensions to also select notebook types. For example, { language: 'python', notebookType: 'jupyter-notebook'} targets all python documents that are embedded in Jupyter notebooks. This is the current proposal - give it a try and let us know what you think.

Output channel with custom language ID

There are some extensions that are able to define token or syntax coloring and CodeLens features in their output channels, given that they are text documents (read-only) by themselves. Since all output channels share the same language ID, these customizations can be wrongly applied to other output channels. There was a feature request to create output channels with custom language IDs so that extension authors can define customizations by language. Hence in this milestone, we have introduced the proposal to create an output channel with a custom language ID. Please try it out and give us feedback.


The proposed baseUri property on MarkdownString lets you specify a base URI that relative links and images in Markdown are resolved relative to. This property behaves much like the <base> element in HTML.

If the baseUri ends with /, it is considered a directory and relative paths in Markdown are resolved relative to that directory:

const md = new vscode.MarkdownString(`[link](./file.js)`);
md.baseUri = vscode.Uri.file('/path/to/dir/');
// Here 'link' in the rendered Markdown resolves to '/path/to/dir/file.js'

If the baseUri is a file, relative paths in Markdown are resolved relative to the parent directory of that file:

const md = new vscode.MarkdownString(`[link](./file.js)`);
md.baseUri = vscode.Uri.file('/path/to/otherFile.js');
// Here 'link' in the rendered Markdown resolves to '/path/to/file.js'

New documentation

Java GUI applications

The new Java GUI Applications topic explains how to use the Extension Pack for Java to develop JavaFX, AWT, and Swing application in VS Code.

Notable fixes

  • 107748 Voice over does not read that a setting is ignored to sync
  • 123399 Emmet doesn't add the class with tag A in jsx and html files.
  • 141680 Searching for @tags in settings is slow
  • 141977 Settings editor: Folder action item not handling keyup properly
  • 142040 Improve Install Another Version action for extensions supporting pre-release.
  • 142462 File writes can hang when write locks are not cleared up
  • 142641 ts-node debugger not working properly in v1.64

Thank you

Last but certainly not least, a big Thank You to the contributors of VS Code.

Web extensions

Extension authors for enabling extensions that run code as web extensions (the list below is between February 1 2022 and February 28 2022):

Issue tracking

Contributions to our issue tracking:

Pull requests

Contributions to vscode:

Contributions to vscode-css-languageservice:

Contributions to vscode-languageserver-node:

Contributions to debug-adapter-protocol:

Contributions to language-server-protocol:

Contributions to monaco-editor: