VISUAL ASSIST - Filling Gaps in Visual Studio for C/C++ and C# Developers

Build Announcements

Visual Assist build 2270 is available

Exhibiting at the Game Developer Conference (GDC) in March gave us the rare opportunity to interact—face to face—with a lot of Visual Assist users. Those who visited our booth picked up tips and swag, and left behind terrific feedback. The interactions gave us a better understanding of how Visual Assist is used, and how we could improve an already great product. A few of the improvements are…
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Visit us at GDC 2018 in San Francisco

Whole Tomato Software will exhibit at the Game Developer Conference this week, March 21-23, in San Francisco. If you attend the expo, stop by booth 123 to see the latest features in Visual Assist, share your wishes for the product, and pick up some nifty swag. Click to share…
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Visual Assist build 2258 is available

Visual Assist build 2258 is the first of the new calendar year and evidence of a return to normalcy at Whole Tomato. Last year’s dealing with bugs in the Fall Creators Update was an unwelcome distraction. Long-time users of Visual Assist know that Open File in Solution…
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Visual Assist build 2248 is available

Visual Assist build 2248 closes our dealing with recent bugs in Windows 10 and a problem with Visual Studio 2017. Prior posts in this blog describe the bugs and the workarounds, but the outcome of the ordeal is that if you use Windows 10—version 1703 or 1709—update to the latest build from Microsoft. And if you use Visual Studio 2017, update to build 15.5 of the IDE. Visual Assist operates as…
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December 12th update resolves another Visual Studio crash

If you follow news from Whole Tomato, you know that Microsoft released several builds of Windows 10 with bugs that caused Visual Studio to crash when Visual Assist was installed. More recently, Microsoft introduced a change in Visual Studio 2017 15.5 that causes the Code…
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November 14th update fixes one crash in Visual Studio

Two bugs in recent updates to Microsoft Windows 10 cause Visual Studio to crash when certain extensions, including Visual Assist, are installed. Microsoft fixed one of the bugs, a broken hook mechanism, in its November 14, 2017, update. All Windows 10 users with Visual Assist should install the November 14 update, available via Windows Update or via stand-alone packages. Download the stand-alone…
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Visual Assist build 2237 is available

Visual Assist build 2237 fixes one bug applicable only to users with Unreal Engine 4 (UE4). The fix prevents a hang of Visual Studio that might occur when smart suggestions appear for UPARAM(). If you develop with UE4, download the installer for build 2237. If you don’t develop with UE4, or have no idea what UE4 is, you are welcome to skip the build. Visual Assist build 2237 requires…
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