Casey Carter

Senior Template Librarian, Visual C++ Libraries

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MSVC’s STL Completes /std:c++20

We are happy to announce that the final C++20 Standard Library features are now stabilized and available in /std:c++20 mode in both Visual Studio 2022 version 17.2 and Visual Studio 2019 version 16.11.14. This notably includes several proposals approved as Defect Reports (DRs) by the C++ Standard Committee against the C++20 Standard Library ...

C++20 Ranges are complete in Visual Studio 2019 version 16.10

We are proud to announce completion of our implementation of C++20 Ranges in the Standard Library in the VS2019 v16.10 release under/std:c++latest. We announced the first useful user-visible parts of Ranges in VS 2019 v16.6 in mid 2020, the trickle accelerated into a gushing stream, and the final parts are now in place. This represents a huge ...

Initial Support For C++20 Ranges 

We are happy to announce that Visual Studio 2019 version 16.6 contains the first user-visible pieces of C++20 Ranges support. We’ve been working on support machinery for a few releases now, but in this release the tip of the iceberg has finally broken the surface of the water and there are now some tools available for users. The ...

Use the official range-v3 with MSVC 2017 version 15.9

We’re happy to announce that the ongoing conformance work in the MSVC compiler has reached a new milestone: support for Eric Niebler’s range-v3 library. It’s no longer necessary to use the range-v3-vs2015 fork that was introduced for MSVC 2015 Update 3 support; true upstream range-v3 is now usable directly with MSVC 2017. The last ...

std::any: How, when, and why

This post is part of a regular series of posts where the C++ product team here at Microsoft and other guests answer questions we have received from customers. The questions can be about anything C++ related: MSVC toolset, the standard language and library, the C++ standards committee, isocpp.org, CppCon, etc. Today’s post is by Casey Carter...

std::optional: How, when, and why

This post is part of a regular series of posts where the C++ product team here at Microsoft and other guests answer questions we have received from customers. The questions can be about anything C++ related: MSVC toolset, the standard language and library, the C++ standards committee, isocpp.org, CppCon, etc. Today’s post is by Casey Carter...

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