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Great suggestion – we’re working on this for a future servicing release of Visual Studio 2017. Thanks!
It's also would be useful for natvis files (some natvis features supported only in latest VS)
GCC 5.1 improve devirtualization for C++ significantly
> The devirtualization pass was significantly improved by adding better support for speculative devirtualization and dynamic type detection. About 50% of virtual calls in Firefox are now speculatively devirtualized during link-time optimization.
Please return back "Change" column in the Pending Changes window. We often sort by that column when we do big merge.
When you move between this filter VS should move file on disk (and in TFS)
We recently started looking into this ask and as such I wanted to share some early thoughts around it.
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> It might be nice to know what could be thrown, but the tool should be able to figure that out using static analysis (as long as you're calling verifiable code)