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fi3ework / Mac OS X: Open in Visual Studio Code
Created Mar 18, 2019 — forked from tonysneed/Mac OS X: Open in Visual Studio Code
Add a command to Finder services in Mac OSX to open a folder in VS Code
View Mac OS X: Open in Visual Studio Code
- Open Automator
- File -> New -> Service
- Change "Service Receives" to "files or folders" in "Finder"
- Add a "Run Shell Script" action
- Change "Pass input" to "as arguments"
- Paste the following in the shell script box: open -n -b "com.microsoft.VSCode" --args "$*"
- Save it as something like "Open in Visual Studio Code"
View tslint.json
{
"extends": ["tslint:recommended", "tslint-react", "tslint-config-prettier"],
"compilerOptions": {
"allowSyntheticDefaultImports": true,
"esModuleInterop": true
},
"linterOptions": {
"exclude": ["config/**/*.js", "node_modules/**/*.ts"]
},
"rules": {
View .prettierrc.js
module.exports = {
// printWidth: 80,
tabWidth: 2,
// useTabs: false,
semi: false,
singleQuote: true
// trailingComma: 'none',
// bracketSpacing: true,
// jsxBracketSameLine: false,
// arrowParens: 'avoid',
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