Marian Luparu

Group Product Mgr, Microsoft C++ Team

Working on @visualstudio, @code, @visualc compiler & libs, #vcpkg

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CMake support in Visual Studio – the Visual Studio 2017 RC update

Visual Studio 2017 RC is an important release when it comes to its support for CMake. The "Tools for CMake" VS component is now ready for public preview and we’d like to invite all of you to bring your CMake projects into VS and give us feedback on your experience. For an overview of the general Visual Studio CMake experience, head over to ...

CMake support in Visual Studio

⏱ Updated on October 5, 2017 with the latest functionality included with Visual Studio 2017 15.4 Visual Studio 2017 introduces built-in support for handling CMake projects. This makes it a lot simpler to develop C++ projects built with CMake without the need to generate VS projects and solutions from the command line. This post gives ...

Bring your C++ codebase to Visual Studio with “Open Folder”

⏱ Updated on March 06, 2017 with the latest functionality in Visual Studio 2017 RTW Welcome to Visual Studio 2017! Starting with this release, Visual Studio supports opening folders containing source code without the need to create any solutions or projects. This makes it a lot simpler to get started with Visual Studio, even if your ...

Bing Developer Assistant, now with C++ support

Head over today to the Visual Studio blog for some exciting announcements coming from our friends in the Bing team: Bing Developer Assistant just released a new version that brings C++ support From the post: With the addition of 43 Million C++ code samples, our total corpus is now of 64 Million code samples. In addition to MSDN, ...

Stuck on an older toolset version? Move to Visual Studio 2017 without upgrading your toolset

⏱ Updated on March 11, 2019 with the latest functionality in Visual Studio 2017 Are you currently developing your C++ projects in an older version of Visual Studio? If your reasons for avoiding the all-new features in VS 2017 are covered next, then read on: this post may have good news for you. Help! I am stuck! There are many reasons why...

Using Visual Studio 2015 to debug an Android app built with Marmalade

For this blog post, we welcome Alex Baude of Marmalade (https://www.madewithmarmalade.com) as a guest author on our blog. His team’s most recent release of Marmalade Platform now supports Visual Studio 2015 and we invited him to tell us more about their work on this. Visual Studio 2015 provides new cross-platform native development ...
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Java debugging and language support in Visual Studio for Android

As part of our continued efforts to make Visual Studio a productive environment for developing mobile applications we’re pleased to announce that Visual Studio 2015 Update 1 RC adds support for debugging your Java source files that are part of your Android projects and (with the help of an extension) get IntelliSense and Browsing ...
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Introducing Visual Studio’s Eclipse Android Project Importer

Hello everyone! I am Stephanie Su, a Program Manager Intern from the Georgia Institute of Technology.  The project that I have been working on this summer with Brett Gutstein, a Software Engineer Intern from Rice University, is now available on VS Gallery! The Eclipse Android Project Import extension is available for download for Visual ...
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Cross-platform code sharing with Visual C++

With Visual Studio 2015, Visual C++ supports three new platforms: Universal Windows Platform (just announced), Android and iOS (more info). This is in addition to its continued support for Desktop, Windows Store and Windows Phone. During the bring-up of these new platforms, a key requirement for our team was to make sure that Visual C++ ...
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