This release represents a turning point for our development team. We’ve made great strides in fixing bugs associated with Visual Studio 2019 and have focused our attention on the future. A major lift in this release was our move to Clang 9. Future releases will leverage Clang in new ways so stay tuned! But Build 2353 wasn’t all about groundwork, Code Inspection has some nifty new features:
+ Code Inspection checkers are now more configurable. Further customize when Visual Assist alerts you of potential improvements.
+ Code Inspection UI is now searchable, and exposes more advanced information.
+ Code Inspections can now be selectively disabled in sections of your code using comments. If you don’t want to change a section of code, you can choose to not be alerted of potential improvements without disabling checkers globally.
+ New UI allows fine grained control of the resources Visual Assist will use when parsing. Reduce the impact of the initial parse of a new solution, especially in extremely large solutions where parsing may take several minutes. (Unreal Engine developers take note.)
For the full list of features and bug fixes take a look at our release notes, or download the installer.
Build 2353 requires software maintenance through 2019.11.07
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