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Introducing source dependency reporting with MSVC in Visual Studio 2019 version 16.7

C++20 demands a lot more from the ecosystem than ever before. With C++20 Modules on the horizon the compiler needs to work closely with project systems in order to provide rich information for build dependency gathering and making iterative builds faster for inner-loop development. The compiler and project teams have acknowledged the new ...

AddressSanitizer for Windows: x64 and Debug Build Support

⌚ This post was last updated on March 24, 2021 with up-to-date information as of the 16.9 release of Visual Studio.  Special thanks to Jim Radigan and Matthew McGovern for providing the content for this blog post. Note: This feature is now generally available. To get started, take a look at the official AddressSanitizer for Windows ...

Sign Up for the Private Preview of Visual Studio support for Codespaces!

At the Microsoft Build conference, you may have seen our C++ Codespaces demo (at 26:00). We showed several ways Codespaces can improve your C++ development experience, including offloading your builds and other compute-heavy tasks to the cloud. We’ve already been chatting with many you, and now we are ready to allow more people into the ...
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