VLBI File Types

VLBI File Types 1.0.0 Vsix File Free Download

A Free Programming Languages Extension By Haftings (haftings)

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You are about to download the VLBI File Types Vsix v1.0.0 file for Visual Studio Code 1.0.0 and up: VLBI File Types, Language support for several Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) file types ...

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VLBI File Types for VSCode

VSIX Package File

• Vsix File: vlbi-file-types-1.0.0_vsixhub.com.vsix

• Extension Version: 1.0.0

• Requires: VS Code 1.0.0 and up

• File Size: 22.96 KB (23514 Bytes)

• MD5: 9d66c11ea79eafc2a482e33b22f738af

• SHA1: baea2a0c4d712db22316a9e9831ba93a14f71a6f

• SHA256: ed0ec7faa6b365572c6d75b8ed5af5c3fc7ab388c3c7837f36b429e051ceafa1

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Also VLBI File Types is included in these tags:

DiFX Config ⋅ DiFX V2D ⋅ difx_conf ⋅ difx_v2d ⋅ HOPS CF ⋅ hops_cf ⋅ VLBI Analysis Centers (ac-codes.txt) ⋅ VLBI Catalog ⋅ VLBI Correlation Report ⋅ VLBI Master Schedule ⋅ VLBI SKED ⋅ VLBI Stations (m.stations or stations.m) ⋅ VLBI Stations (ns-codes.txt) ⋅ VLBI VEX ⋅ vlbi_accodes ⋅ vlbi_cat ⋅ vlbi_corr ⋅ vlbi_master_schedule ⋅ vlbi_nscodes ⋅ vlbi_sked ⋅ vlbi_stations ⋅ vlbi_vex 

What Does The Extension Do

VLBI File Types is a freeware extension for VS Code published by Haftings, you can install it to increase the power of your Visual Studio Code:

Language support for several Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) file types ... Learn More >

How to Install VLBI File Types From a VSIX

You can easily install the VLBI File Types extension packaged in the .vsix file:

Launch VS Code, use the Install from VSIX command in the Extensions view command drop-down, or the Extensions: Install from VSIX... command in the Command Palette, and point to the .vsix file (i.e. vlbi-file-types-1.0.0_vsixhub.com.vsix).

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