Installing CodeStream

planteater edited this page Sep 27, 2018 · 8 revisions

System & Configuration Requirements

While technically not a requirement, some of CodeStream’s functionality does depend on your repository being managed by Git, or a Git hosting service like GitHub. If you’re not using Git, your team will still be able to discuss code using CodeStream, but you won’t be able to leverage the knowledge base aspect of the service because Git is used to help display discussion markers throughout the source files. IDE Support

Installing the CodeStream Plugin

Install CodeStream for VS Code from the Visual Studio Marketplace.

Support for more IDEs is on the way.

Toggle CodeStream

Once you've installed the plugin the CodeStream view should automatically appear at the right side of your IDE. You can toggle the CodeStream view by clicking on the CodeStream entry in your IDE's status bar.

Status Bar

Now that you’ve got the plugin up and running, you’re ready to sign up!

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