C++ latest and x64 will be so much better. I don't do a new project to test c++98 x86.
Every projects I start those are my 2 firsts steps go to c++17/latest and x64
While I don’t have concrete plans to share yet, I do want to let you know that we recently started looking into this and what will it take for us to provide better support for this scenario.
I’ll provide another update once I have more concrete information to share.
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I'm doing some project migration to C++17 and it's annoying the number of time I want to try a c++17 feature by creating new sample project and the default option is not C++17.
I really miss a new project template like "win32 console application-delete project on quit visual studio"
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We’re excited to let you know that we’ve begun planning for this feature. Please keep an eye out for further updates!
I used to open the header of another git repo in my solution and I would love to be able to do history/annotate on that file.