How to set proxy in script?
(I don't want to use browser's network.http.proxy).
You can do it like this: function myFunction() ,. }});.
Or you could write it more concisely using an object like this: function myFunction() ), );. return Object.assign(proxy, });
Using a Proxy. You can use a Proxy to intercept all calls to methods and get access to all their fields including properties with a "name" for setting their value. You use it like this: var myObj = new Proxy(,. set: function (obj, prop, value). }
});. Console.log(myObj.foo); // Gets a reference to the "foo" property on myObj and prints the number 1
MyObj.foo = 7; // My own code can now do that console.log(myObj.
How do I set up VS Code in terminal?
I am trying to set up Visual Studio Code in a terminal window in order to be able to use the code and debug a Python script I am working on. I want to create a shortcut on my desktop that runs the script in the terminal, and sets up debugging. I have tried many commands, and none of them worked. In the current version of VS Code (1.21), the VS Code CLI is not yet integrated into the terminal as such, but you can get the debugger to work by running the VS Code debugger extension from the terminal like this: vscode-dbg --debuggerServer --remoteDebuggingPort 8888. If you want to set up a new remote debugging environment on your local machine, you can run the following command: This will open a web server on port 8888 with a web page where you can connect to it with any IDE or browser. The web page is available at or you can point your browser at Once you've configured the web server, you can open it in a browser. At the top of the window, you can configure the IDE to connect to the debugger web server. You'll need to have your VS Code installed on your local machine (you don't have to be running it) and have it pointing to the location where you have the web server running. After you've opened the debugger web server in a browser, you should be able to attach the debugger from any IDE or browser.