VS Code users (and there are a lot of us) just love our extensions. There are thousands of VS Code extension to choose from and many of us have several installed. They do everything from lighting up your favorite language, formatting your code, or even colorizing your theme.Is there a way to filter out DLL messages in VSCode?
It does already colour these DLL messages differently, in a wonderful shade of orange-brown. Given that VSCode knows they are something different than the regular output it seems promising that there may be a way to filter them out, but how to do it is not obvious to me. You can disable these messages through launch.json options.Is there any value in making a VS Code change?
I mean, after all, to make any code change there has to be some value. I was able to get permission (thanks to the VS Code team and Erich Gamma) to share some performance stats (unofficial tests) of two extensions you may have used. Both of these extensions have a considerable amount of logic in them and do some pretty impressive and useful things.How can I See which extensions have been activated in VS Code?
If you use the command to "Developer: Show Running Extensions" you will see a list of the activated extensions in your VS Code instance. You will also see, to the right, how long each extension took to activate in ms.