Visual Studio 2015 Update 3 was released. Thanks to everyone who provided feedback on previous versions. You can read about the changes and additions in the release notes (lots of performance and compiler improvements) and review known issues. Use the Report a Problem option in Visual Studio to share problems with the team.
This blog post is going to talk about how you can use Gradle to build Android libraries (.AAR) and APK’s and leverage Maven dependencies all in Visual Studio so let’s get started! If you are new to Gradle, then take a look at the gradle overview page and the User Guide.
Updated 6/14/2016: We updated the original announcement post with the content below if you want a single page that covers everything about this extension. The below remains the same and just covers the updates from the original release. We’re happy to provide an update on the VC++ for Linux extension which has a new release today.
The C++ compiler team is excited for you to try out the compiler in Visual Studio 2015 Update 3. We’ve made significant progress towards C++ standards conformance between the first release of Visual Studio 2015 and VS 2015 Update 3. Update 3 also has improvements in expression SFINAE,
This post written by Xiang Fan, Andrew Pardoe, and Gabriel Dos Reis This post was updated to reflect progress we’ve made through VS 2017 RC since VS 2015 Update 3. Throughout the VS 2015 cycle we’ve been focusing on the quality of our expression SFINAE implementation.
Shareable link: https://aka.ms/versionswitches Official documentation on docs.microsoft.com. This blog post written by Gabriel Dos Reis, Ulzii Luvsanbat, and Andrew Pardoe. In Visual C++ 2015 Update 3 we are introducing tools to help you control the version of the ISO C++ programming language you depend on and the version you want VC++ to enforce in your projects.
Update: The C++ Core Guidelines Checkers are now included in-box with Visual Studio 2017. See this post for details: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/vcblog/2016/10/12/cppcorecheck It has been an exciting year since the C++ Core Guidelines and checkers were announced starting with Bjarne Stroustrup’s opening keynote at CppCon 2015.
This blog post written by Dave Bartolomeo, Yuriy Solodkyy, and Andrew Pardoe We have just released our fifth out-of-band update of Clang/C2 toolset. As always, this release has been driven by your feedback. While we’ve heard a lot of feature requests the one’s we’ve heard most frequently are that you want Clang 3.8 and you want x64-hosted compilers.
We would like to thank all of you who have tried out the C/C++ extension in Visual Studio Code and have already provided rich feedback on your experiences and filed issues and requests with us. We are working hard on incorporating your feedback into the product.
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