The other day I stumbled upon a neat little trick with the git commit message. You would normally git your commit flow starting with just a
git commit command. This will start your default editor such as vim or another simple text editor. Another little shortcut for this is the
-m switch. You can commit with a message with a
git commit -m . . .
VS Code has been around for a while now and one of the nice features from this editor is the ability to start an integrated terminal shell within the application and in the context of your working directory. Out of the box Code ships with the default windows command prompt aka COMSPEC. This can be use for some tasks but having Powershell in . . .