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ZwLisp for Visual Studio Code

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  • Visual Studio Code is really cool, but its windows only, right?

  • edited January 12

    @Daniel Marcotte said:
    Visual Studio Code is really cool, but its windows only, right?

    Open source, cross-platform - based on Electron. Works really well on Linux. Embedded editor is convenient, but will never achieve same level of features and huge extensions ecosystem. Indispensable if you are working with multiple languages. And with the development of .NET Core maybe in the future it will replace .NET API and you will have one cross-platform, free and open source development environment to do all your work - Autolisp, .NET, C++ and etc. This will free BricsCAD developers to concentrate on the API, rather than working on the IDE. There are already extensions for SketchUP, Rhino and now Zwcad.

  • @Daniel Marcotte said:
    Visual Studio Code is really cool, but its windows only, right?

    Yea its windows only.

  • Interesting, so another lisp debugger that runs with a VS product.
    Right after the BLADE becomes available in Bcad too.
    See, Bricsys is inspiring competition, love it!

  • edited January 15

    @sonali31 said:

    @Daniel Marcotte said:
    Visual Studio Code is really cool, but its windows only, right?

    Yea its windows only.

    Wrong information above !.

    https://code.visualstudio.com/

    Platforms#
    VS Code has been tested on the following platforms:

    OS X Yosemite
    Windows 7 (with .NET Framework 4.5.2), 8.0, 8.1 and 10 (32-bit and 64-bit)
    Linux (Debian): Ubuntu Desktop 14.04, Debian 7
    Linux (Red Hat): Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, CentOS 7, Fedora 23

    added:
    It really peeves me when blatantly incorrect information is oosted in forums.
    It leaves anyone who reads it in doubt ...
    and it's here forever.

  • @CADMebel said:

    @Daniel Marcotte said:
    Visual Studio Code is really cool, but its windows only, right?

    Open source, cross-platform - based on Electron....

    Wow! I stand corrected, time to give it another whirl!

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