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Jul 8th, 2018 at 11:15pm
  • Revert to an empty <PlatformToolset> in new project files (vcxproj). Intellisense in this release will not work in the current developer "VS2017 Preview" version due to a Microsoft bug. Microsoft have confirmed the bug is fixed for the next release of Visual Studio preview. By assigning a <PlatformToolset> in this weekends releases, some users report having to install C++ for Visual Studio to be able to create new Visual Micro projects. Whilst our guidelines do state to selected the option to install C++ when installing VS, if users have an older C++ version installed VS 2017 will use it but only if we assign an empty PlatformToolset in the .vcxproj files. Uggh Smiley
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