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VSCode Python Test Discovery fails´╝č

VS Code version: version Version: 1.69.2 (Universal)) Extension version (available under the Extensions sidebar): v2021.12.1559732655 OS and version: MacOS 12.3.1 Python version: 3.6.8 Type of virtual environment used (N/A | venv | virtualenv | conda | …): venv Relevant/affected Python packages and their versions: pytest==7.0.1 problem: Answer Since none of the above answers solved my problem, I recently google the

How does the VS Code Python “justMyCode” debugger feature determine which code belongs to the user?

Visual Studio Code offers a debugger launch option called justMyCode which allows – if set to false – to step-into non-user written code when debugging. The documentation says: When omitted or set to true (the default), restricts debugging to user-written code only. Set to false to also enable debugging of standard library functions. But this doesn’t seem to include only

R not attached in VS Code on Win10

I am recently switching from RStudio to VS Code. I have installed R extension in VS Code, but when I open VS Code and R terminal, R cannot be loaded. I followed coip’s method but still cannot get R loaded: ############################################################################## I followed coip’s suggstion and R is successfully activated. In another of my laptop (Win), R could be activated

How can i add Anaconda Prompt to VScode terminal?

i’m trying to add anaconda prompt to vscode terminal. i googled it, but i found that it’s not possible method cuz terminal.integrated.shell.windows terminal.integrated.shellArgs.windows is now unavailable on settings. is there any way to solve this? Answer I’m sorry to tell you that it can’t be realized at present.The Python extension automatically detects existing conda environments provided that the environment contains

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