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A new version of the Flutter & Dart plugin for VSCode 3.82.0 has been released

What's new in the editor

#4552: The “Go to Super” command is now available in the editor context menu.

#4957: Methods named get/set with type arguments are no longer colored as keywords when semantic tokens are disabled (or not supported by the theme).

#4387: The dart.devtoolsLocation parameter has been updated to allow different settings to be specified for each DevTools page.



#4966: dart.previewSdkDaps Setting has been replaced with the new dart.useLegacyDebugAdapters. The new setting has the opposite meaning (true means using legacy adapters, whereas the old setting had this value being false).

#4930: Errors that occur during expression evaluation (for example, caused by control expressions that are out of scope) no longer trigger additional error notifications.

#4926: A bug that could cause Flutter apps to hang when changing breakpoints has been fixed and re-fixed in Flutter 3.16.9.

#4705: Notifications may now appear suggesting other VS Code extensions that are suitable for the project and packages you are using.

These items are dependent on changes to the Dart and Flutter SDKs that have not yet been released into the stable channels. They can be tested in current betas or master channels, and will appear in future SDK releases.

#4953: Using dart.customDevTools to run DevTools from source should no longer crash if dart is not in the PATH.

#4932: Global evaluation no longer results in a "The library cannot be found" error when the open file is inside the lib folder of a package.

#4908: Fields in Record types are now colored the same as fields in classes.

#4907: The "No thread with threadId x" error that could occur when ending a debugging session has been fixed.

#4899: The "Global scoring is not currently supported" message has been improved to no longer contain a detailed call stack.

#4835: DevTools extensions can now be opened in the sidebar.

#4952: DevTools extensions and other DevTools pages that are not known to Dart-Code can now be opened inline rather than just in an external browser.

#4821: DevTools can now be opened in an external browser (regardless of dart.devToolsLocation settings) in the sidebar.

#4967: The Deep Links tool in a future version of DevTools will be launched from the Command Palette.


A new version of the Flutter & Dart plugin for VSCode 3.82.0 has been released