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Is there a way i can connect replit to vs code?

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AvadaKedavra09

So i want to ask that if there is a way , so that one can code in vs code in a replit project so the repl also gets updated.
I prefer vs code's coding environment and repl's hosting , so yeah , if anyone could help , i would be really greatful

Answered by CodingEpic [earned 5 cycles]
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CodingEpic

Are you wanting to embed Visual Studio onto repl?
If so, you can try creating a bash repl and typing in this code

VSCODE_DEB_URL=https://az764295.vo.msecnd.net/stable/ea3859d4ba2f3e577a159bc91e3074c5d85c0523/code_1.52.1-1608136922_amd64.deb VSCODE=~/.apt/usr/share/code/bin/code if ! [ -f $VSCODE ]; then install-pkg $VSCODE_DEB_URL; fi $VSCODE

Hope this helps,
EpicCoding1

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AvadaKedavra09

@EpicCoding1
Thanks!!

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CodingEpic

@AvadaKedavra09
No problem!!!

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DynamicSquid

@EpicCoding1
Oh wow, nice! Never knew you could do that!

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CodingEpic

@DynamicSquid
Yea! :D

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CodingEpic

@DynamicSquid
You can also create a new bash project and then in main.sh type in "firefox" then hit run and see what happens (Hint: It acctually displays firefox!!!!)

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starstriker

@CodingEpic
it doesnt work for me, idk if it was fixed or not but i it keeps saying install-pkg not found, i have no experience with bash but i like vs code so i wanted to try this
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StudioHawaii

this may work

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fifaaaaaaaaaaaaahehe

Will it work for DiscordJS starter? Also... Do you have any EXACT video on how to do it?

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DynamicSquid

I don't think there is. Replit does have git support, so you can code on VSCode, push to GitHub, and pull from Replit, but that might be a little tedious

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AvadaKedavra09

@DynamicSquid
ye true , i tried that before