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Chocolatey Visual Studio Code servicing extension

1.0.0

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This package was approved by moderator Pauby on 3/24/2019.

This package provides helper functions useful for developing packages for installing Visual Studio Code extensions.
These functions may be used in Chocolatey install/uninstall scripts by declaring this package a dependency in your package's nuspec.

To install Chocolatey Visual Studio Code servicing extension, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:

C:\> choco install chocolatey-vscode.extension

To upgrade Chocolatey Visual Studio Code servicing extension, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:

C:\> choco upgrade chocolatey-vscode.extension

Files

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  • extensions\Uninstall-VsCodeExtension.ps1 Show
    <#
    .SYNOPSIS
        Uninstalls an extension from Visual Studio Code.
    
    .DESCRIPTION
        Uninstalls an extension from Visual Studio Code.
    
        Use -Verbose parameter to see which location of Visual Studio Code is used.
    
    .EXAMPLE
        PS> Uninstall-VsCodeExtension gep13.chocolatey-vscode
    
        Uninstalls the 'gep13.chocolatey-vscode' extension from Visual Studio Code.
    #>
    function Uninstall-VsCodeExtension {
        [CmdletBinding()]
        param(
            # Identifier of the Visual Studio Code extension
            [Parameter(Mandatory = $true)]
            [string]$extensionId
        )
    
        Write-Verbose "Locating Visual Studio Code installation directory..."
        $codePath = Get-AppInstallLocation "Microsoft Visual Studio Code" | Where-Object { Test-Path "$_\bin\code.cmd" } | Select-Object -first 1 | ForEach-Object { "$_\bin\code.cmd" }
       
        if (!$codePath) {
          Write-Error "Visual Studio Code installation directory was not found."
          throw "Visual Studio Code installation directory was not found."
        }
    
        Write-Verbose "Visual Studio Code installation found at $codePath"
    
        Write-Host "Uninstalling Visual Studio Code extension $extensionId..."
        Start-ChocolateyProcessAsAdmin -ExeToRun $codePath -Statements "--uninstall-extension",$extensionId
    }
    
  • extensions\Install-VsCodeExtension.ps1 Show
    <#
    .SYNOPSIS
        Installs an extension into Visual Studio Code.
    
    .DESCRIPTION
        Installs an extension into Visual Studio Code.
    
        Use -Verbose parameter to see which location of Visual Studio Code is used.
    
    .EXAMPLE
        PS> Install-VsCodeExtension gep13.chocolatey-vscode
    
        Installs the latest version of the 'gep13.chocolatey-vscode' extension in Visual Studio Code.
        Visual Studio Code will auto-update the extension whenever a new version of the extension is released.
    
    .EXAMPLE
        PS> Install-VsCodeExtension [email protected]
    
        Installs version 0.5.0 of the 'gep13.chocolatey-vscode' extension in Visual Studio Code.
    
        Requires Visual Studio Code 1.30.0 or newer.
    
        Note that the extension currently will be updated to the latest version on next startup.
        See https://github.com/Microsoft/vscode/issues/63903
    
    .EXAMPLE
        PS> Install-VsCodeExtension "chocolatey-vscode.vsix"
    
        Installs the extension provided by the VSIX file.
    
        Note that the extension will be updated to the latest version on next startup.
    #>
    function Install-VsCodeExtension {
        [CmdletBinding()]
        param(
            # Identifier and optional version or full path to the VSIX of the Visual Studio Code extension.
            [Parameter(Mandatory = $true)]
            [string]$extensionId
        )
    
        Write-Verbose "Locating Visual Studio Code installation directory..."
        $codePath = Get-AppInstallLocation "Microsoft Visual Studio Code" | Where-Object { Test-Path "$_\bin\code.cmd" } | Select-Object -first 1 | ForEach-Object { "$_\bin\code.cmd" }
       
        if (!$codePath) {
          Write-Error "Visual Studio Code installation directory was not found."
          throw "Visual Studio Code installation directory was not found."
        }
    
        Write-Verbose "Visual Studio Code installation found at $codePath"
    
        Write-Host "Installing Visual Studio Code extension $extensionId..."
        Start-ChocolateyProcessAsAdmin -ExeToRun $codePath -Statements "--install-extension",$extensionId
    }
    
  • extensions\chocolatey-vscode.psm1 Show
    # Export functions that start with capital letter, others are private
    # Include file names that start with capital letters, ignore others
    $ScriptRoot = Split-Path $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Definition
    
    $pre = Get-ChildItem Function:\*
    Get-ChildItem "$ScriptRoot\*.ps1" | Where-Object { $_.Name -cmatch '^[A-Z]+' } | ForEach-Object { . $_  }
    $post = Get-ChildItem Function:\*
    $funcs = Compare-Object $pre $post | Select-Object -Expand InputObject | Select-Object -Expand Name
    $funcs | Where-Object { $_ -cmatch '^[A-Z]+'} | ForEach-Object { Export-ModuleMember -Function $_ }
    
    #Export-ModuleMember -Alias *
    

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Release Notes

https://github.com/chocolatey/chocolatey-coreteampackages/tree/master/extensions/chocolatey-vscode.extension/CHANGELOG.md

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