Visual Studio 2022 version 17.6 Preview 3 released

    Visual Studio 2022 version 17.6 Preview 3 released

    Visual Studio 2022 version 17.6 Preview 3 released


    Posted: 11 Apr 2023

    released April 11th, 2023

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    Summary of What's New in this Release of Visual Studio 2022 version 17.6 Preview 3

    C++
    • Sync with Active Document now works in the CMake Targets View. It finds the first location that matches the file’s full path and syncs with that document.
    • We made improvements to the Solution - Close scenario, which makes closing a solution containing C++ projects faster. The overall perf improvements can make closing a solution in some cases from 20% faster for small codebases, to 50% faster in some cases for large solutions (1000+ projects). We expect the wins to be more noticeable in large projects. For Chromium, the improvements are typically 50% faster, saving 20 seconds of time.
    • The version of Incredibuild bundled through Visual Studio Installer has been updated to version 10.1.9. You can read the Incredbuild 10 release notes for detailed information on new features and the latest changes.

    C++20 support for C++/CLI
    • /std:c++20 can now be used in conjunction with /clr. This allows a wide range of C++20 constructs to be used with ISO C++ types. In particular, all C++20 headers can be #included in a /clr compilation without restrictions.
    • Two-phase name lookup (ISO C++ [temp.dep]) is now the default when /std:c++20 or /std:c++17 is specified. Specifying /Zc:twoPhase- is no longer required with /std:c++17. Managed templates and generics are an exception and will be compiled as before, without two-phase lookup semantics.
    • Coroutines are always compiled to native code and any calls from managed code will incur a managed->native transition penalty.
    • Concepts are supported for native types but use with managed types is forbidden and will result in a diagnostic.
    • Module support is not yet implemented. Restricted module import support will be forthcoming in a future release.

    Git Tooling

    Debugging, Diagnostics and Profiling
    • The new breakpoint groups now support Undo for Delete. You can use “Ctrl-z” to undo you breakpoint groups delete operation.
    • Along with this, breakpoint groups now support dependent breakpoint groups. you can make your breakpoint groups dependent on other breakpoints, so that the group only activates when the prerequisite breakpoint is hit.


    Source: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/vi...17.6.0-pre.3.0
    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    11 Apr 2023


 

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