For those experimenting with Microsoft Visual Studio 2019, you will be pleased to know that support for Visual Assist in the preview releases of the new IDE is underway.
The two builds of Visual Assist, builds 2316 and 2318, were introduced in short succession to support the first two previews builds of the new IDE. Both builds install to all previews of the IDE, including to Preview 3, despite our installer’s claim it’s installing to Preview 2. Support is beta quality. See release notes for known issues.
Build 2316 includes several bug fixes, and just one additional improvement. The build improves access to the command to insert VA Snippets of large or infrequently used blocks of code. Open the VA Quick Action and Refactoring menu (Shift+Alt+Q) in whitespace, and select Insert VA Snippet.
Build 2318 includes support for a new licensing system that 1) includes a customer portal to track new licenses and their renewals of software maintenance, and 2) simplifies the adding of licensees to a team with the new licenses.
Beginning with build 2318, you can register a new license of Visual Assist using VAssistX | Help | Register. If you have a two-line activation key, you can reach the traditional enter-key dialog by opening the registration dialog, then clicking “Legacy product registration with two-line activation key” at its bottom.
Build 2316 requires software maintenance through 2019.02.05, and build 2318 requires maintenance through 2019.02.17
Check out the complete list of what’s new in builds 2316 and 2318; learn more about VA Snippets or the new registration process, or download the installer for build 2316 or build 2318.
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