Installing a List of Extensions in Visual Studio Code

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I’ve been setting up a new OS X installation and wanted to quickly get Visual Studio Code set back up. Atom has a really handy command line utility, apm, that lets you do useful things like export a list of extensions and reinstall them elsewhere by passing in that list as a command line argument. Unfortunately, while Visual Studio Code’s command line utility allows you to get a list of extensions with code --list-extensions which you can pipe into a text file, it doesn’t appear to have any way to automatically install the extensions to that file. Read More...