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Python in Visual Studio Code – June 2022 Release

We’re excited to announce that the June 2022 release of the Python and Jupyter extensions for Visual Studio Code are now available.  This release includes improvements to:  If you’re interested, you can check the full list of improvements in our changelogs for the Python, Jupyter and Pylance extensions.  ...

Python in Visual Studio Code – May 2022 Release

We’re excited to announce that the May 2022 release of the Python and Jupyter Extensions for Visual Studio Code are now available! With this release we’re introducing three new extensions: Black, isort, and Jupyter Powertoys. If you’re interested, you can check the full list of improvements in our changelogs for the Python, Jupyter...

Python in Visual Studio Code – April 2022 Release

The April 2022 release of the Python Extension for Visual Studio Code is now available. In this release we’re introducing a Pylint extension, a simpler way to create empty Python and Jupyter Notebook files, fixes for running and debugging files with conda environment and moving the interpreter display in the status bar to the right.
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Python in Visual Studio Code – February 2022 Release

We are happy to announce that the February 2022 release of the Python Extension for Visual Studio Code is now available! This release includes smart selection, better folding support, improvements to the Python interpreters list and when using Anaconda. Keep on reading to learn more!

Python in Visual Studio Code – December 2021 Release

We are happy to announce that the December 2021 release of the Python Extension for VS Code is now available. This announcement includes a new refactoring option via Pylance, rich editing support for virtual or untrusted workspaces, an update regarding debugging with Python 2.7 and a community highlight: a Python package manager extension.

Changes to How We Bundle Python in Visual Studio

Starting from the release date of Visual Studio 2022, we are changing how we include Python runtime installation options in Visual Studio to better reflect differences in the lifetimes of Python versions and Visual Studio.
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Anaconda licensing for Microsoft products and services

Our friends at Anaconda have posted a joint announcement last week regarding the use of their repository from Microsoft cloud-hosted products. See the full announcement on their website. Today, Anaconda, Inc. announced a collaboration with Microsoft to enable customers to confidently access Anaconda’s curated library of open-source ...

Python in Visual Studio Code – October 2021 Release

We are pleased to announce that the October 2021 release of the Python Extension for Visual Studio Code is now available. This release introduces debugging support for Jupyter Notebooks, our new Python walkthrough and an improvement to the debugging experience for Python files and projects.