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Last pushed: 4 months ago
Short Description
Dockerize Visual Studio Code to run from a Docker Container in order to keep the OS clean and secure
Full Description

VISUAL STUDIO CODE DOCKER IMAGE

From this Docker Image we can build containers to Dockerize the awesome Visual Studio Code editor.

The recommend way to use this image is by using the VSCode Docker CLI.

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SEMANTIC VERSIONING

This package will adhere to this Semantic Version schema.

AUTHOR

More information about the Author can be found here.

CONTRIBUTORS

All contributors can be found here.

LICENSE

This repository uses GPL-3.0 license, that you can find here.

CONTRIBUTING IN ISSUES / MERGE REQUESTS

All contributions are welcome provided that they follow Contributing Guidelines, where you can find
how to Create an Issue and Merge Request.

ROAD MAP

Check Milestones to see what Goals I want to achieve.

Watch Boards to keep track of what is going on.

HOW TO INSTALL

To install just follow detailed instructions from here.

HOW TO UNINSTALL

To uninstall just follow detailed instructions from here.

HOW TO USE

See usage examples here.

BRANCHES

Branches are created as demonstrated here.

This are the type of branches we can see at any moment in the repository:

  • master - issues and milestones branches will be merge here.
  • last-stable-release - matches the last stable tag created. Useful for automation tools.
  • issue-4_fix-email-validation (issue-number_title) - each issue will have is own branch for development.
  • milestone-12_add-cache (milestone-number_title) - all Milestone issues will start, track and merged here.

Only master and last-stable-release branches will be permanent ones in the repository and all other ones will be
removed once they are merged.

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exadra37

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