At 3.0 Godot now supports C# and encourages the use of Visual Studio Code to edit this code.

It is not clear how to attach VS Code so that we an apply breakpoints and debug a project at runtime.

I am running:

  • A recent build of Godot from master (b49ca94 with mono for 64-bit windows)
  • Visual Studio Code 1.21.0 with these extenstions
    • C# 1.14
    • Mono Debug 0.15.8
  • Mono 5.10.0
  • \$\begingroup\$ Just did a quick seach and found this tutorial on making VSCode work nicely with Godot and C#. In the comments I found this. It sounds like there isn't an easy way to do this yet. That doesn't mean that it can't be done, but it will probably be a lot more complex than just checking a couple settings. I have a feeling it would require building a plugin for both programs, so that the breakpoint api can be exposed and then accessed by VSCode. \$\endgroup\$ – TARDIS Maker Apr 9 '18 at 23:43

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