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Version Control in Visual Studio Code: view Git output window

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/03/31

Since the Git output by default is not shown, here is how to enable it:

[WayBack] Version Control in Visual Studio Code: Git output window

You can always peek under the hood to see the Git commands we are using. This is helpful if something strange is happening or if you are just curious. :)

To open the Git output window, run View > Output and select Git from the dropdown.

Or shorter on MacOS:

  1. Press CmdShiftP
  2. Type show git output
  3. Press enter

–jeroen

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