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Visual Studio Code Language Packs

This repository contains all of the localized Language Pack extensions for Visual Studio Code. A Language Pack contains the localized string resources for a particular language.

Localized resource files are managed in Microsoft Localization Community Platform (MLCP).

There are 9 "Core" languages for Visual Studio Code and, currently, 5 addtional community driven languages:

Language Visual Studio Code Language ID MLCP Language Code Type
French fr French (fr-fr) Core
Italian it Italian (it-it) Core
German de German (de-de) Core
Spanish es Spanish (es-es) Core
Russian ru Russian (ru-ru) Core
Chinese (Simplified) zh-cn Chinese Simplified (zh-cn) Core
Chinese (Traditional) zh-tw Chinese Traditional (zh-tw) Core
Japanese ja Japanese (ja-jp) Core
Korean ko Korean (ko-kr) Core
Bulgarian bg Bulgarian (bg-bg) Community
English (United Kingdom) en-GB English (en-gb) Community
Hungarian hu Hungarian (hu-hu) Community
Portuguese (Brazil) pt-br Portuguese (Brazil) (pt-br) Community
Turkish tr Turkish (tr-tr) Community

Language pack extensions are published to the Visual Studio Code Marketplace

Contributing Translations

Visual Studio Code translations are done in the Visual Studio Code Project in MLCP. MLCP is the single source of "truth", therefore any changes need to be made there. This repository is for building the language pack extensions.

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