Visual Studio 2019 version 16.2 Preview 3 includes built-in Clang/LLVM support for MSBuild projects. In our last release, we announced support for Clang/LLVM for CMake. In the latest Preview of Visual Studio, we have extended that support to also include MSBuild projects.
This blog post written by Dave Bartolomeo, Yuriy Solodkyy, and Andrew Pardoe
We have just released our fifth out-of-band update of Clang/C2 toolset. As always, this release has been driven by your feedback. While we’ve heard a lot of feature requests the one’s we’ve heard most frequently are that you want Clang 3.8 and you want x64-hosted compilers.
The Visual C++ team has shipped three releases of Clang with Microsoft CodeGen (Clang/C2). We’ve got a solid pre-production compiler that passes all of our STL tests and compiles a bunch of code into native Windows binaries. We’ve about to move to the 3.8 release of clang.
We have just released an out-of-band update of Clang/C2 toolset that brings in some of the community fixes as well as bugs found from testing. This is one of many rapid releases to come in the future, and issues reported from customers will be addressed progressively.
[This post was written by Dave Bartolomeo and the Clang/C2 feature crew]
One of the challenges with developing and maintaining cross-platform C++ code is dealing with different C++ compilers for different platforms. You write some code that builds fine with the Visual C++ compiler for your Windows-targeting build,