In Visual Studio 2019 you can target both Windows and Linux from the comfort of a single IDE. In Visual Studio 2019 version 16.1 Preview 3 we announced several new features specific to the Linux Workload: native support for the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), AddressSanitizer integration, and the ability to separate build and debug targets.
点这里看中文版 ⏱ Updated on January 10, 2018 to cover addition of debugging support in Visual Studio 2017 15.6 In Visual Studio 2017 15.5 we are introduced support for cross compilation targeting ARM microcontrollers. The 15.6 Preview 2 release adds debugging support. To enable this in the installation choose the Linux development
The Visual C++ for Linux announcement post has been updated with the content below. If you are already familiar with this extension this post covers what is new since our last update. We recently posted new bits for our 1.0.5 release of the Visual C++ for Linux extension for Visual Studio 2015. This release has some major performance improvem
Updated 6/14/2016: We updated the original announcement post with the content below if you want a single page that covers everything about this extension. The below remains the same and just covers the updates from the original release. We’re happy to provide an update on the VC++ for Linux extension which has a new release today. Go get it