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Similar to other IDEs, Visual Studio Code is using the concept of a ‘'''workspace'''’. In simple words, a workspace is a collection of '''Folders''' open in the IDE. See https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/editor/workspaces for more details. In the most simple case a workspace just contains a folder which is the folder for the project. So all what we need is a add a folder.
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Similar to other IDEs, Visual Studio Code is using the concept of a ‘'''workspace'''’. In simple words, a workspace is a collection of '''Folders''' open in the IDE. See [https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/editor/workspaces workspaces] for more details. In the most simple case a workspace just contains a folder which is the folder for the project. So all what we need is to add a folder.
  
 
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Revision as of 18:02, 28 March 2022


VSCode - Workspace and Project(s)

Similar to other IDEs, Visual Studio Code is using the concept of a ‘workspace’. In simple words, a workspace is a collection of Folders open in the IDE. See workspaces for more details. In the most simple case a workspace just contains a folder which is the folder for the project. So all what we need is to add a folder.

Vscode add folder.png


Use menu File > Add Folder to Workspace …


Vscode menu add folder workspace.png


Browse to an existing new (empty) folder or simply create one from the dialog:

Vscode add blinky folder.png


Add a new file: main.c


Vscode add new file.png


Implement the main function, then save it (CTRL+S)