A new C++/WinRT update is available

Andrew Pardoe

A new update of C++/WinRT is available on GitHub! C++/WinRT is a standard C++ language projection for the Windows Runtime, implemented solely in header files.

The C++/WinRT team has been quiet since their announcements at CppCon 2016. They’ve made a lot of progress in this update, leading up to the first public release of the CppWinRT compiler. You can read the announcement on the ModernCpp website.

We on the Visual C++ team find C++/WinRT to be one of the best test cases for our compiler as MSVC approaches conformance with the C++ Standard. As you try new, standards-conforming features out in MSVC, please be sure to give us your feedback. We can be reached via the comments below, via email (visualcpp@microsoft.com) and you can provide feedback via Help > Report A Problem in the product, or via Developer Community. You can also find us on Twitter (@VisualC) and Facebook (msftvisualcpp).

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