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Visual Studio Versions (Read 2496 times)
Corey Cooper

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Visual Studio Versions
Aug 3rd, 2015 at 12:52am
Anyone have any opinions about what version of Visual Studio works best (or worst?) with Vis.Micro?  I'm always going back and forth between Windows programs and Arduino, and making them work together.  I have licences for all versions of Visual Studio, and I'd like to have a separate version of the IDE for Visual Micro, and standard C++, so I can make each customized a bit for the respective rolls.  I'm currently using 2010, and I'm going to start testing 2015 for C++ soon for my Windows programming.

So, any input?
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Tim@Visual Micro

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Re: Visual Studio Versions
Reply #1 - Aug 3rd, 2015 at 1:32am
2013 community edition right now.

2015 in a couple of weeks which is when the visual micro version for 2015 is released.

The current vm installer configures for all supported vs versions. You can switch it off in each ide, for example 2010, by clearing the visual micro checkboxes in "tools>add-in manager"
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