Demo: Integrating Cmder in VS Code

Check out this short demo on how to integrate Cmder (or any other terminal - Hyper, Git, etc) in Visual Studio Code.

Since the latest version of VSCode, it is recommended to use the syntax below:

“terminal.integrated.profiles.windows”: {
“cmder”: {
“path”: “C:\WINDOWS\System32\cmd.exe”,
“args”: [“/K”, “C:\Users\Name\Documents\cmder\vendor\git-for-windows\bin\bash.exe”]
}
},
“terminal.integrated.defaultProfile.windows”: “cmder”,

Note: The args path is based on the demo in this tutorial (windows).
Github is now integrated into VSCode by default.

The syntax used in the video is no longer advisable to use.
Check out the documentation: https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/editor/integrated-terminal#_can-i-use-cmders-shell-with-the-terminal-on-windows

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Demo: Integrating Cmder in VS Code