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If I want to use the mac terminal, How do I link it with the html files that I have in VS code?

I was wondering that in the future I will not use the treehouse launch control, so it could be better if a learn/practice with something that I'll use.

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If I understand your question, the Mac terminal should work almost exactly the same as using the treehouse workspace. You will need to make sure you have git installed. And then you will need to run git init and other git commands in the directory or directories where you have VS Code saving your files.