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  • Visual C++ Team Blog

    Managed Incremental Build

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    Real-world solutions typically consist of multiple projects - often many projects. The projects are usually related to each other in some sort of dependency relationship. For example, consider a solution with 3 primary output targets (P1-3), a few intermediate...
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    Channel 9: Front-end QA

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    Meet Marina Polishchuk from the Visual C++ QA team in this new video on Channel 9! Marina helps test the front-end to ensure the best possible quality in the compiler. Learn more about how she goes about this task by watching the video at http://channel9...
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    STL: Destructor of Bugs

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    I'm the newest developer on the Visual C++ Libraries team. My true name is Stephan T. Lavavej, but I often use my extremely convenient initials. I moved here at the beginning of this year after working on and finishing Outlook 2007 Search. You know...
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    Managing a Huge Test Matrix with Automation

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    Hi, my name is Matt Travis and I’m an SDET on the Visual C++ Front End team. In addition to my work on the Front End, I’ve been working on an automated rolling test system to help manage the huge test matrix we have in Visual C++. Our next release...
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    Channel 9: Dive into STL/CLR

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    In this new Channel 9 video, Nikola Dudar dives deep into the STL/CLR functionality shipping in Orcas. If you want to take advantage of BCL while using STL syntax and idioms, then this technology is for you. Watch the video or read his previous blog post...
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    Channel 9: Visual C++ Today and Tomorrow

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    Bill Dunlap and Steve Teixeira from the Visual C++ development team talk about product strategy on Channel 9. If you want to know where Visual C++ is heading, then you'll definitely want to watch this interview. Check out the video at http://channel9...
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    Digging Into Problems

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    Hello my name is Steven Toscano , I am an SDET Tech Lead on the Visual C++ team. I am currently working in the IDE group focusing on improving our testing methodologies and expanding our library of tools. I’ve been a member of many teams across Visual...
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    Using Code Coverage to Improve Orcas Quality

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    Hi, my name is Ann Zhou and I’m an SDET (Software Design Engineer in Test) tech lead on the Visual C++ Libraries team. Today I would like to share with you something that we have been doing to improve the quality of our testing in Orcas. After we shipped...
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    ATL Server: Visual C++ shared source software

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    Overview The Visual C++ team is very pleased to announce our plans to release the source code of ATL Server as a shared source project on CodePlex in March 2007. With this release you will now have the opportunity to add all the features and functionality...
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    Using RibbonX with C++ and ATL

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    Jensen Harris’ blog hosts an interesting article on Using RibbonX with C++ and ATL . RibbonX is the user interface extensibility model for Office developers. The article is written by Eric Faller who’s one of the developers behind the design and implementation...
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    Spy++ Internals

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    Hi, my name is Pat Brenner and I’m a software design engineer on the Visual C++ libraries team. I recently rejoined the Visual C++ team after almost 10 years in the Visual Studio environment team. I am also the owner of Spy++. While I did not originally...
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    An Update to STL/CLR is Complete!

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    Hello everyone, I am excited to announce that the Visual C++ libraries team has completed another major update of STL/CLR and integrated it with Visual C++ Orcas. Depending on the schedule of internal integrations, you should expect to see this new...
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    Visual Studio 2005 SP1 released

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    The Visual C++ team is excited to announce the release of Visual Studio 2005 SP1!!! The Service pack launched on Friday December 15, 2006 and is available for download here: VS2005SP1 This SP addresses issues that were found through a combination of customers...
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    Vista-style File Dialogs with MFC

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    Hey all, I’m Peter-Michael Osera, a Program Manager on the Visual C++ Compiler Front End. As the VC++ team winds down for the holidays, we’d like to share some of the new features that we’re excited about adding into Orcas. As for my part, I’ve...
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    Bugs reported on the Connect website - pardon our faux pas

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    Hello On the Visual C++ team we really value customer feedback and strive to make every interaction between ourselves and our customers as rewarding as possible. Recently we were reading a post on one of our Forums and were concerned to see a customer...
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    Managed Extensions for C++ to C++/CLI conversion tool

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    As you may already know from previous communications , members of the Visual C++ team have (occasionally) worked on a tool to assist developers who wanted to port their source code from the “Managed Extensions for C++” syntax to the new “C++/CLI” syntax...
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    Converting to MSBuild

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    Hi, My name is Andreea Isac and I’ve been a member of the Visual C++ Libraries team for one year and a half. Since almost all my team mates ( Martyn Lovell , Ale Contenti , George Mileka , Alan Chan ) have posted already, I won’t repeat what our...
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    Visual C++ at TechEd Europe 2006

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    Hi, I'm Steve Teixeira , the Group Program Manager for Visual C++. Ayman Shoukry and I had the pleasure of spending the week in Barcelona to represent the Visual C++ product group at TechEd Europe, and I'd like to tell you a little about it. We had four...
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    Gauntlet: A peek into Visual C++ development practices

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    I’m Bruce Forstall, a developer on the Visual C++ IDE team. I currently work on the implementation of the CLR CodeDOM API for C++/CLI, which supports the WinForms designer as well as a number of other scenarios. Previously, I’ve worked on the Itanium...
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    Conformance Testing and Breaking Changes

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    Hi, I’m Andy Rich, and I’m a Software Development Engineer in Test on the Visual C++ Compiler Front End. My testing focus during the Orcas product cycle thus far has been compiler conformance. Implementing a conformance feature usually breaks down...
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    CRT Initialization

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    Hi, I’m George Mileka and I work on the Visual C++ libraries team. My team owns the CRT, ATL, MFC and STL… One subject I have always been interested in is the startup code and initialization. The subject got even more challenging as we started supporting...
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    Visual C++ Orcas Forums

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    You can now discuss Viscual C++ Orcas releated issues on the Orcas MSDN Forums . The Visual Studio Code Name “Orcas” September 2006 CTP is now available so download this release to see what features are beginning to come online. The Visual C++ team...
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    What goes into a Service Pack?

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    With the VS 2003 Service Pack 1 released and the VS 2005 Service Pack 1 release imminent, it’s a good time to talk about what Visual C ++ Service Packs contain and the rationale behind this. The primary purpose of a Service Pack is to improve the...
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    Servicing: The History of Visual Studio... Today!

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    Hello everyone, my name is Jamie Eckman. I am a Software Design Engineer in Test (or SDET, for short) on the Visual C++ Libraries team, and have been for the last two and a half years. Usually I'm in charge of testing ATL Server and our new STL/CLR library...
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    Orcas CTP now includes STL/CLR

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    The Visual C++ team is pleased to announce that a public release of STL/CLR has been included in the current Visual Studio Code Name “Orcas” September 2006 CTP . STL/CLR is an implementation of the Standard Template Library (STL) that can be used for...
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