Comb sort is an O(n^2) variation of the bubble sort sorting algorithm.
My name is Daniel Imms, I'm a software engineer from Australia. I live in Redmond and work at Microsoft on Visual Studio Code. I use this blog as a platform to learn, revise and teach various software development topics.
GitHub wikis are great for documentating projects due to their ease of use and high visibility. The problem is though that there are only two options for access; full access for everyone or restricted to collaborators only. Unfortunately it’s rarely the case you want the public to have full edit access to the wiki, and restricted prevents external contributions completely. This article describes how I recently got around this to enable contributions to the Visual Studio Code wiki via pull requests.
Sometimes it’s necessary to redirect a particular event on an element to another element, not just bubble it up through the element’s ancestors. Since an
Event cannot be reused once it is thrown, that means it needs to be recreated before being dispatched.
With the new command line arguments allowing installation and removal of extensions becoming available in the latest version of VS Code, it is now possible to automate extension syncing relatively easily.
Four years have passed since I posted my first article on the blog. Time for a retrospective!
Cocktail sort is an O(n^2) variation of the bubble sort sorting algorithm.
If you jump between Visual Studio Code stable and insiders builds a lot like me, you may want to share your config files between the two programs.