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Without having to clone the repository locally, the GitHub Repositories extension allows you to browse, search, edit, and commit to any remote GitHub repository right from Visual Studio Code.

  • Code vs. Open
  • Go to the view page.
  • In VS Code, click terminal to start a terminal.
  • From your GitHub page, copy the link to your existing repository.
  • Your Vs Code Editor will now open the repository.

When you use GitHub with Visual Studio Code, you can share your source code and collaborate with others immediately from your editor. Create a GitHub account and install the GitHub Pull Requests and Issues extension to get started with GitHub in VS Code.

With Git support in VS Code, you can work with source control without having to leave the editor, including examining pending changes diffs.

  • Navigate to the repo directory on your C or D drive.
  • From the top of Windows Explorer, change your directory settings to show hidden files.
  • Open the. git directory and look at the "config" file.
  • at Visual Studio, using the updated git repo location

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