Visual Studio Code is an open source code editor with support for IntelliSense, debugging, Git and code snippets. Support for the common scripting and programming languages is present and it can also be done via extensions to be expanded. Microsoft has released version 1.40. The complete release notes for that release can be found on this page, this is the announcement from it:
October 2019 (version 1.40)
Welcome to the October 2019 release of Visual Studio Code. As announced in the October iteration plan, we focused on housekeeping GitHub issues and pull requests as documented in our issue grooming guide. Across all of our VS Code repositories, we closed (either triaged or fixed) 4622 issues, which is even more than during our last housekeeping iteration in September 2018, where we closed 3918 issues. While we closed issues, you created 2195 new issues. This resulted in a net reduction of 2427 issues. The main vscode repository now has 2162 open feature requests and 725 open bugs. In addition, we closed 287 pull requests. As part of this effort, we have also tuned our process and updated the issue triaging workflow.
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