Vs Code Python plug-in pit


Before I saw open source vs Code on Zhihu, I felt like this style very much, so I replaced sublimetext and atom

Because I was learning java before, I used idea more often, so I didn’t use it too many times after installation. Recently, I began to use Python to learn and write some crawlers. It’s troublesome to open pycharm every time, so it’s much more convenient to use vs code. As a result, the importerror: no module named requests error always appears every time you need to run after writing.

Vs Code Python plug-in pit

So, I checked whether I have installed these libraries. After checking for many times, I found that they are installed. You can view the installed libraries in the terminal through the following command

$pydoc modules

Or into python

>>> help("modules")

The effect of the two methods is the same

Vs Code Python plug-in pit
After that, I checked Google and changed it many times settings.json Still not.

Vs Code Python plug-in pit

Finally, on stack overflow, the author said it was a bug
It needs to be found through MAC: Command + Shift + B (Win: Ctrl + Shift + b)
Select other to create a new running script
Then enter the following code into the tasks.json in

    // See https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=733558
    // for the documentation about the tasks.json format
    "version": "2.0.0",
    "tasks": [
            //Python path
            "command": "/usr/local/bin/python3",
            "label": "python3",
            "type": "shell",
            "args": [
            "presentation": {
                "echo": true,
                "reveal": "always",
                "focus": false,
                "panel": "shared",
                "showReuseMessage": true,
                "clear": false
            "group": {
                "kind": "build",
                "isDefault": true

Run Python 3 with Command + Shift + B every time