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    Visual C++ Compiler November 2012 CTP

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    This CTP contains a preview of the work in progress to add several new C++11 features to the Visual C++ compiler.
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      Version:

      1

      File Name:

      vc_compilerCTPNov2012.exe

      Visual C++ Nov 2012 CTP Breaking changes.docx

      Date Published:

      11/6/2012

      File Size:

      10.5 MB

      20 KB

        Visual C++ Compiler November 2012 CTP contains a preview release of the Visual C++ compiler that adds the the following C++11 features to the list of features already supported in Visual Studio 2012: uniform initialization, initializer lists, variadic templates, function template default arguments, delegating constructors, explicit conversion operators and raw strings. A tour of these features is available on Channel 9 Core C++ episode 6: http://aka.ms/vc-ctp-tour. More details on this release are available on the Visual C++ Blog: http://aka.ms/vc-ctp-blog
    • Supported Operating System

      Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista

        This package requires Visual Studio 2012 preinstalled on the machine.
      • After downloading and installing the program, you can launch Visual Studio 2012, load your C++ project and you can switch to the new compilers. We recommend you create a separate project configuration from menu Build > Configuration Manager by duplicating your existing configuration and then follow the steps below: 1.Open Project Property Pages (Alt+F7 under the Visual C++ mappings or right-click on the project in Solution Explorer) 2.From the ‘General’ tab, change ‘Platform toolset’ from ‘Visual Studio 2012 (v110)’ to ‘Microsoft Visual C++ Compiler Nov 2012 CTP (v120_CTP_Nov)’ and close the Property Pages 3.Launch a full rebuild of your project

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