Lately, I've been finding myself showing/hiding folders/files again and again depending on what I am doing. To make this easier, I created a VSCode extension called Code Modes.
Code Modes (for VSCode)
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About The Project
Ever found yourself going to the settings to show/hide folders/files again and again depending on whether you are Git debugger man or Configuration man? This extension does exactly that, hiding/showing folders/files depending on what you are doing.
To install the extension follow these simple steps.
You need VSCode installed.
- Open the extension sidebar panel in VSCode
- Search for
code-modes. (Be sure to find the right one!)
- Click install to install it.
- Clone this repo
fcd?) into it
code --install-extension code-modes-1.0.0.vsix
This extension exposes a command and a status bar item
Use the command
Code Modes: Change mode…
Basically, there are a bunch of modes, which you can choose. When you are in a certain mode, certain files get excluded from the file tree.
For now, the extension is very basic (I made it in 1 day and I had the most amazing feeling when it worked bug-free) and there is no way to add custom modes, etc.
If you have any suggestions for any modes, feel free to comment!