Visual Studio Code remote development with Windows 10

Quick notes on getting set up with remote development in Visual Studio code on Windows 10.

May 27, 2019 · 2 min
Visual Studio Code

Building Windows Terminal

The new Windows Terminal (codenamed “Cascadia”) was revealed at this year’s Microsoft Build conference and quickly received a lot of attention, as it addresses the decades-old terminal experience in Windows. This is me jotting down notes on how to get up and running with the new Terminal before it gets officially released in the Windows store, using Visual Studio 2019. This is all possible thanks to the fact that Microsoft is open sourcing the new Terminal!...

May 12, 2019 · 4 min

Switching between Docker and VirtualBox on Windows 10

As outlined here, Docker for Windows requires Hyper-V. This needs to be disabled before you can run VirtualBox. # Run from elevated prompt (admin privileges) bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype off And to start using Docker for Windows again, re-enable Hyper-V: # Run from elevated prompt (admin privileges) bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype auto A reboot is required in both cases. Note: if you only see 32-bit options when creating a VM in VirtualBox, it could be because you havent disabled Hyper-V....

March 15, 2018 · 1 min
Sublime Text 3

My Visual Studio Code setup

This is my Visual Studio Code (vscode) setup, with ambitions to create a custom Python IDE. I previously posted about my Sublime Text 3 (ST3) setup in 2016-05-20-my-sublime-3-setup, but I’ve fully moved on to use vscode instead so I figured I’d share this new setup. The dream setup I took a weekend and compared ST3 (my then current editor of choice) against vscode and Atom to see which editor suited me best....

February 2, 2017 · 6 min

Bash on Ubuntu on Windows

This is a quick intro to – and some personal notes on working with – Bash in Windows 10 (Anniversary Update or Insider build requred). This will be updated on a sporadic basis. Information on Bash What is Bash on Ubuntu on Windows? Bash on Ubuntu on Windows is part of the “Windows Subsystem for Linux” (WSL). Read more over at the WSL MSDN page. This page also covers installation guide, command reference, account permissions, interoperability, FAQ and release notes....

November 21, 2016 · 3 min
Sublime Text 3

My Sublime Text 3 setup

This is my Sublime Text 3 setup, with ambitions to create a custom Python IDE. All of the below assumes you’ve already installed Package Control, the package manager for Sublime Text. General packages SublimeLinter - Faster than in ST2 BracketHighlighter - Bracket and tag highlighter Sublimerge Pro - Great tool for checking diffs Python IDE setup SublimeLinter-flake8 - Flake and PEP8 checking Jedi - Python Autocompletion - Also known as SublimeJEDI requirementstxt - Syntax highlighting for requirements....

May 20, 2016 · 3 min

Backslash in Atom

On Windows 10, Swedish keyboard. When I hit AltGr (right Alt button) and + (which is supposed to give me \), I get nothing in Atom. After having installed the keyboard-localization package, I now get ~ when I hit this key combo, which is not correct. If I hold down both Alt keys and hit + I get \ with this package installed. However this is not acceptable behavior. The workaround which worked for me was to uninstall the keyboard-localization package and follow the instructions posted by @csvn here which explains to add the following to the keymap....

March 7, 2016 · 1 min

Installing Visual Studio for Python 2.7

Install using Microsoft installer Using Chocolatey Install using Chocolatey: {% highlight bash %} choco install vcpython27 {% endhighlight %}

January 18, 2016 · 1 min

Chocolatey on Windows 10

I’ve recently started taking a look at Chocolatey – “apt-get for Windows” – and here are a couple of how-to’s… Install Chocolatey on Windows 10 64-bit First off, you might want to know why I’m not using the built-in OneGet, which is a “package manager manager” [sic]? Well, it turns out there’s no good way of upgrading an installed package using e.g. Chocolatey via OneGet. Duh. Keep an eye on this github issue: https://github....

January 3, 2016 · 1 min

Installing PyQt4 in Nuke 6.3 on Windows

A few steps to get PyQt working inside of Nuke 6.3 (Windows only for now). Please note that you need your own in place for this to work. In case you need this set up first, check out one of my previous articles, Nuke 6.3 Small studio setup for Win/Mac: 2011-10-28-nuke-63-small-studio-setup-for-windows-osx Install 64-bit Python 2.6 from here into C:\python26. Install the PyQt 4.6 snapshot from here into C:\python26_64 and make sure to untick the “Qt runtime” checkbox....

November 26, 2012 · 1 min