This feature depends on whether it is supported by the source code provider but it is already enabled for Git repositories out of the box.
With this new UI, you can not only review your code changes but also navigate, stage or revert them inline.
We now present a confirmation dialog when moving files or folders in the File Explorer via drag and drop.
This should prevent accidentally performing a move when not desired.
We haven't finalized on anything yet but are eager to learn how you would use decorations.
Per popular user request, we now support a vertical panel layout.
Welcome to the October 2017 release of Visual Studio Code.
There are a number of significant updates in this release and we completed several popular outstanding feature requests.
Overflow with the Additional Views dropdown is particularly useful when the panels are docked vertically and have limited horizontal space.
The VS Code logo for Stable releases is now blue again.
When staging a file which is flagged as having conflicts due to a merge or rebase, VS Code will check for the standard merge markers (for example ) when spawning Git.
Recommended extensions now display a badge to easily distinguish them from other extensions in a list.
Hover on the badge or click the list item to learn why the extension was recommended to you.