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While it doesn't yet provide extensibility for utils like NCrunch, it is apparently planned for upcoming development, so I wanted to get this on the NCrunch radar.
Jonathan King commented
This would still be a great feature for NCrunch!
Most of the developers I know have/are swapping over to VS Code. NCrunch is my sole reason for having to transition back and forth between Visual Studio and VS Code. NCrunch has become one of those tools that I can't do without anymore. It is a critical piece of my development environment, but it would be nice to have support in VS Code as well.
If the price was reasonable, I would be willing to buy it as a separate product or as a bundle with the standard Visual Studio version. I am not sure how many other developers would feel the same way, but for me, it would be worth it.
Lawrence Laz commented
VSCode is getting near the point where it can replace VS for a lot of folks. NCrunch on VSCode would be a huge step towards that.
Where is this feature! Vs code needs this so badly!
This would be a massive improvement developing in VSCode.
I really enjoy NCrunch and I am also a Visual Studio Power User. Currently my dependency to these two tools forces me to stay on Windows Platform. Visual Studio Code is at the point were it would allow me to perhaps make a switch, so only NCrunch is left. C'mon, you know you want to :)
Jenser Almeida commented
NCrunch is almost my only reason to open Visual Studio. It will be nice to have it on vscode
Sure `dotnet watch test` isn't nearly as nice as NCrunch, but it get's the job done. I've even seen simple hacks to the stdout which give a simple list of failing tests which alleviate the scrolling wall of text in the command line. If you just want fast TDD feedback, then the dotnet cli is good enough for most folks.
Paul Saunders commented
I'd like to add my voice to this... I was just looking to see if it did support VSCode. NCrunch is a super piece of kit, and I'd love to use it in my day to day environment on linux.
Craig Shea commented
This would be a welcome addition, but one which would take quite a bit of work, I'm sure. I would love to use VS Code more, especially for F# development, and it would be awesome to have a first-class continuous test runner such as NCrunch in that environment.
It woudl be veeery nice!
Oscar West commented
Really need this!
Kiran Singh Randhawa commented
I'll renew my license when this is implemented.
Damian Hickey commented
Integrate or be replaced.
Really want to see this!
Kieren Johnstone commented
There's nothing equivalent I've found yet - just want a simple way to auto-run tests and indicate success/failure, coverage as a bonus
Brett Christensen commented
+1 our company would love this
Martijn Burgers commented
Yes we need this. I also want to move away from VS but ncrunch is holding me.
Our team also plans to use VSCode, so please make this happen!
Clément Bouillier commented
I really like NCrunch on VS, but I really like to switch to VSCode with DNX, ASP.NET 5...(as well as switch to Linux)
dnx-watch experience is not as good as NCrunch for now.