VS Code python

Date 26 octobre 2023 Cat├ęgories Developpement par VulgaireDev Edit on Github


  • Python (wich should install Pylance for static type checking)
  • Ruff, one tool for linting, black formatting, isort etc
  • Jupyter (Keymap, Slide show, cell tags)
  • Coverage gutters for code coverage
  • Remote ssh/explorer to connect to distant servers easily (no need for jupyther hub now)
  • GitLens to supercharge git
  • Vim
  • Material icon theme
  • Theme (publisher:"Mhammed Talhaouy"), personnal preference

Configuration file

Here is my config file, useful to handle copy paster in vim, or autolaunch ruff on save for example:

    "editor.minimap.enabled": false,  
    // Bracket-pair colorization  
    "editor.bracketPairColorization.enabled": false,  
    "notebook.diff.ignoreMetadata": true,  
    "gitlens.hovers.currentLine.over": "line",  
    "workbench.iconTheme": "material-icon-theme",  
    "files.autoSave": "afterDelay",  
    "git.confirmSync": false,  
    "jupyter.notebookFileRoot": "${workspaceFolder}",  
    "vim.commandLineModeKeyBindingsNonRecursive": [],  
    "vim.useSystemClipboard": true,  
    "vim.handleKeys": {  
        "<C-c>": false,  
        "<C-v>": false  
    "vim.visualModeKeyBindingsNonRecursive": [  
        "before": [  
        "after": [  
    "[python]": {  
        "editor.formatOnSave": true,  
        "editor.codeActionsOnSave": {  
        "source.organizeImports": true,  
        "source.fixAll": true  
        "editor.formatOnType": true,
        "editor.defaultFormatter": "charliermarsh.ruff"
    "python.analysis.typeCheckingMode": "basic",  
    "python.analysis.autoImportCompletions": true,  
    "python.analysis.stubPath": "",  
    "python.analysis.indexing": true,  
    "python.terminal.activateEnvironment": false,  
    "workbench.colorTheme": "Theme",  
    "gitlens.views.branches.branches.layout": "list",  
    "explorer.confirmDragAndDrop": false,  
    "files.exclude": {  
    "**/__pycache__": true,  
    "**/.pytest_cache": true  
    "python.analysis.inlayHints.pytestParameters": true,  
    "pythonTestExplorer.testFramework": "pytest",  
    "python.analysis.inlayHints.functionReturnTypes": false,  


poetry add pytest pytest-cov

The first one will give a coverage visible directly in vs code, the other one a report inside the terminal bash pytest . --cov-report xml:cov.xml --cov . pytest . --cov-report term --cov .


poetry add py-spy

You can then launch the py-spy to sample the running process and get a nice svg visualization:
bash py-spy record --pid 1400174 --format speedscope -r 1000


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