Last Site Update: February 21st, 2024 | Latest Version: 12.0.0
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PyDev on Visual Studio Code
Although PyDev is a Python IDE commonly used along with Eclipse, it's now possible to leverage the features from PyDev on Visual Studio Code.
While there are some important features to be added (such as the debugger), the current version can already leverage many features that make PyDev unique inside of Visual Studio Code!
See below which features are available and details on getting it running.
See: History for details on releases.
For details on installing and getting it running, see: Download
Right now, it is possible to change the Python executable to be a different executable (by default, the python in the PATH will be used). So, if you want to use a Python installation which is not the default in the PATH, you can customize the setting:
to point to a different Python executable.
By default, PyDev on Visual Studio Code will provide code-completion, code-analysis, etc. all based on indexing info from the folders which are currently in the PYTHONPATH, but if none of the folders in the PYTHONPATH are available as root folders inside Visual Studio Code, it will also consider each root folder from Visual Studio Code to be a folder in the PYTHONPATH too.
To see information on the current interpreter configured, the command:
PyDev: Show PyDev Configuration Information
may be executed from inside Visual Studio Code.
For information on the settings which affect PyDev on Visual Studio Code see: Manual.
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