C++ REST SDK 1.0.0 is now available

C++ REST SDK 1.0.0 is now available

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Since our last release, the C++ REST SDK team has been working on improving the overall quality of the SDK to transition out of the beta phase.  We are excited to announce that the C++ REST SDK has reached release quality and that v1.0.0 is now available for download! With the recent NuGet support for C++ projects, we’ve also decided to also release the C++ REST SDK as a NuGet package. You can now download the SDK directly into Visual Studio through the NuGet package manager. This release stabilizes several APIs and fixes multiple customer-reported issues.

Please visit us on CodePlex to learn more about the C++ REST SDK, explore the source code, and download the latest release.

Thank you for your continued support and encouragement. We would love to hear your feedback and feature requests for our upcoming releases. Please take a few minutes to fill out this survey and share your thoughts. We will share the results on CodePlex next week.


  • I've installed with NuGet. After compiling with static linkage, there is still casablanca110.dll in the debug directory and the executable file can't run without it. Why is that?

  • C + + is for the strong

  • @Leonardo Lourenço Silva

    This is reason, why I see rush 'going native' as 'going naive'

  • Now how about that compiler upgrade?

  • What about c++11 compiler support? You released CTP more than half a year ago.

  • Now please include Nov CTP in next Update with properly updated std lib. And variadic templates. We beg you!

  • @poom

    We actually don't support static linking as of yet. Please do let us know if this a blocking scenario for you.

  • @Jerry, Tom, Szymon:

    They've pretty much confirmed that those language features will never be added to VS2012.

    Check the comments under this post: blogs.msdn.com/.../visual-studio-2013.aspx

    > They weren't able to get in in VS 2012 (and I think we all regret it) but that's that.  So, they released a CTP a few months after VS 2012 shipped to give people a preview.  There was conversation of putting it into a Visual Studio 2012 Update, however, the feeling was that, given the nature and magnitude of the changes and type of testing cycle an Update affords, the probability of serious regressions was too high.  So the decision was made to roll those capabilities into VS 2013 instead

    So yeah...

  • es un buen programa muy bueno para estudio.

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