vscode_oF - openFrameworks empty example for visual studio code

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It provides quick auto complete feature. Since vscode does not provide built-in debugger, debugging feature is depends on platform. Curretly tested on OSX and Ubuntu(by @anselanza). Now we can browse source code under /libs/openFrameworks and /addons/* folders.

https://github.com/hiroMTB/vscode_oF

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