Press the shortcut key Ctrl+ to open Terminal in VScode.
Next, go to File->Preferences->Settings or press Ctrl+, to access the settings menu.
The settings page will appear when you click.
When you restart VS Code, you'll notice that Git Bash is now integrated.
Git allows you to keep track of numerous branches that are completely separate from one another. The Digital.ai DevOps Products' Git integration can poll a Git repository on a regular basis and start a release when a new commit is made.
In the Command Palette, look for "Settings Sync." To open the Command Palette, use the following shortcut:
Sign in and Enable Settings Sync. You can now sign in with a Microsoft/GitHub account (I use GitHub).
Visual Studio Code is concerned about security and aims to assist you in safely browsing and editing code, regardless of the source or original authors. You may use the Workspace Trust feature to control whether or not automatic code execution is allowed in your project folders. Note: If you're unsure, keep a folder in Restricted Mode.
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git commit se bahar kaise nikle ye to aapke leran vern k piche he chup gya h thoda sahi se smjhao sir kaise jaha insert likha hua h waha likhne ka option he nhi aaraha h what should i do plz tell me
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