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- Testing libicu compatibility on Linux
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The extension supports the command that populates the necessary information from the user's system into a new github issue and opens the preview in the user's default browser to preview and submit.
In VSCode, navigate to the View --> Command Palette menu or press Ctrl+Shift+P.
Select the option :
CSharp: Start authoring a new issue on GitHub. This will open the github repository issues page with a new issue with all the necessary system information.
Fill in all the fields like "Expected Behavior", "Actual Behavior", "Steps to Reproduce".
Paste the "OmniSharp log" and the "C#" log (if any) and hit "Submit"
- In VSCode, navigate to View-->Output or press Ctrl+Shift+U
- In the output pane on the right, you should see an "OmniSharp log" in the drop-down
- Paste the output from here to the "OmniSharp log" section
- The C# log can also be found in the same window.