Visual Studio Code is currently the most popular source code editor. It’s open source and maintained by Microsoft.
I have seen it enhance development workflow and has been a replacement tools in many cases where heavy IDE’s where used.
This article will show you how to get Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code installed and running on OpenSUSE or SLE (SUSE Linux Enterprise).
First, we need to add the repository to our system.
Adding the repository key to get the packages signed and installed correctly.
Adding the repository.
Refreshing the local repository database.
sudo zypper refresh
Installing Visual Studio Code
sudo zypper in code
You can also learn further about the package by passing the
info command to
zypper info code
The top command should have a similar output.
If you have any question, feel free to leave a comment below.
I compiled a list of software and services that I use to improve my workflow, here is the link to the list.