Sinem Akinci

Program Manager II, Visual C++ Team

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Debug Linux Console apps in Visual Studio’s Integrated Terminal

We have now added the capability for users to debug their C++ Linux Console applications from the Integrated Terminal in Visual Studio 2022 17.5 Preview 3! To learn more about what the Integrated Terminal does and how to work with it in Visual Studio, please see this C++ feature announcement blog post.  Now, using the Linux Console ...

Microsoft Office team uses Remote MacOS Debugging Capability in Visual Studio

The Microsoft Office team approached the C++ team after seeing the Visual Studio announcement for support for debugging applications running on C++ from Windows through the Blizzard blog post. They had a need for a similar workflow, but for Macs instead of Linux. The C++ team worked closely with the Office engineers to adapt the same ...

Integrated Terminal in Visual Studio: New SSH integration for Linux targeting

In the latest version of Visual Studio, users are now able to leverage the integrated terminal to access their remote targets when developing for remote machines from Windows. This updated terminal includes an interactive SSH shell. It can be accessed by going to View->Terminal in Visual Studio.  Now, instead of starting an SSH ...

What’s New in CMake for VS Code

The latest version of CMake tools is now available for download in the VS Code Marketplace or using the .vsix file. We have been working hard on improving the CMake experience and are excited to share some new features and improvements for users starting in version 1.11.  ‘CMake’ task provider updates  We have added more options to the...

Visual Studio for remote macOS C++ development

The latest preview version of Visual Studio is now available to download. In this latest release, users wishing to develop cross platform C++ applications for macOS can now make use of Visual Studio’s Linux tools with CMake to target the Mac. There is some setup required on the Mac side to enable the support, but then the Mac is treated just...

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