Hello, my name is Raul Perez, I’m part of the Visual C++ IDE team and I’m going to talk about test hooks. When writing automated testing for specific features in your applications you usually have to figure out how you’ll actually get the information you need without going through all the steps you would usually through the user interface (this is what we call component level testing).
Back in August, I blogged about the TR1 fixes in VC9 SP1. An observant reader, grokbrsm, commented that vector<function<FT>> was broken by VC9 SP1. A hotfix for this bug is now available:
Here is the updated link to download the hotfix: https://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/Downloads/DownloadDetails.aspx?DownloadID=17034&wa=wsignin1.0
This hotfix actually fixes 5 bugs:
Hello again! My name is Li Shao. I am a Software Design Engineer in Test in the Visual C++ group.
As one of my colleagues, Marian Luparu, has blogged in detail about, and Soma has mentioned in his recent blog as well,
Just a short note to let you know that members of VC++ are participating in a “Slow Chat” over at “Code Guru” this week. We always enjoy reading feedback and (hopefully) answering questions – and this gives us a different venue (and as they say “a change is as good as a holiday”.)
Please stop by and answer/ask a question if you have a minute!
Hi, this is Jim Springfield, an architect on the Visual C++ team. I have blogged in the past about our IDE and Intellisense work. I am still heavily focused on that and we are working hard to deliver an improved experience,
Let me introduce myself, my name is Lukasz Chodorski and I am a new SDE in the Visual C++ Libraries Team. In this post I would like to present to you the CTaskDialog class which wraps the Windows API* in the MFC library.