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Visual Studio Code Portable Development Test

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lightchpa
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Visual Studio Code Portable Development Test

Application: Visual Studio Code
Category: Development
Description: Visual Studio Code is a code editor.

Download Visual Studio Code Portable Beta 1 release 1 [1.0 Mo download / 261 Mo installed]
(MD5 : 5b42ae62cb0ad36a1801e1e2a2f27971)

Remarks :

  • Visual Studio Code is downloaded during the installation.
  • It use native Visual Studio Code portable mode.
  • tmp folder is App\VisualStudioCode\data\tmp.

Data folder :
App\VisualStudioCode\data is used as data folder and is preserved during PortableApps installer upgrades

Release Notes:

BETA 1 release 1 (2020-07-19):

  • First release
  • support Windows 7 64 bits and above

Andhika24kd
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Umm...

Actually I already made one here but with a different approach. If you still want to continue yours I guess it's time to change mine into VSCodium Portable. Feel free to take a look on my release too, there may be some features you'll find useful.

lightchpa
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Thanks

Thanks

In fact, I searched for portable version of visual studio code and I have not found it (just a matter of name in the forum).
So I made mine that cover my needs.

I found your version just when the job was done.

For me it's sounds good to rename yours as VSCodium portable as I plan to always use Visual Studio Code.

But do as you want.

Andhika24kd
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Trademark Issue

I didn't name it as plain as Visual Studio Code because Microsoft trademarked it (based on discussion here). Not sure if VSCode is trademarked too but I don't think so. Will change mine to VSCodium at weekend (or sooner, maybe).

EDIT: It seems that VSCodium Portable is already released earlier in this forum and I'm not sure if I shall to close mine (since I still want to mantain and improve mine in the future).

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