But it works on MY machine! Debugging GitHub Workflows with VS Code

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  • vscode-server-action

    A GitHub Action that allows to debug GitHub workflows using VS Code.

    We created the stateful/vscode-server-action GitHub action to take advantage of a Github Action’s lifecycle hook to just trigger a VS Code session when your tests fail. This action provides you with a configurable time window how long after tests failed you will be able to connect to the machine. If you don’t connect in time, the workflow continues. Here is an example how you can apply it in your workflow:

  • device

    To grant access to the server, please log into https://github.com/login/device and use code 0328-F81A

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