I am trying to give visual-studio-code a go to see if it would be a good code editor for me. So I have it installed. However, I also already had/have Sublime Text 3 installed. I cannot for the life of me figure out how to get vscode to run from the CLI/terminal.
Opens up a README in sublime.
Yet when I do
which code => /usr/bin/code => /usr/share/code/bin/code the files in /usr/share/code have license text files for VSCode:
$ head -3 /usr/share/code/resources/app/LICENSE.txt MICROSOFT SOFTWARE LICENSE TERMS MICROSOFT VISUAL STUDIO CODE ...
What I have tried:
I uninstalled vscode:
sudo apt remove --purge code sudo apt install code
And yet running
code someTextFile.txt (or
/usr/share/code/bin/code) still opens sublime instead of vscode.
How can I fix the command to allow me to run vscode to open code files from the CLI?