[Bf-committers] State of VS2012 support...
comcal116 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 15 04:46:38 CET 2013
Visual Studio 2013 runs on Windows 7 and above (not Windows 8 and above),
and can compile C/C++ code that runs on Windows Vista and above.
Considering that Microsoft is fully dropping support for Windows XP this
coming April, I think then would be an ideal time to make the switch to
Visual Studio 2013. We'll be able to compile far more optimised code with
the 5 years of development since 2008, be able to use C++11 features
without worrying about breaking support for Windows, and developers who
only have access to the free express edition of Visual Studio will be able
to compile 64-bit code which is not available in the free 2008 edition.
On Sun, Dec 15, 2013 at 2:37 PM, spatial <spatial at huf.org> wrote:
> I just want to add 2 essential points to the discussion for consideration
> - visual studio 13 needs at least win8
> - visual studio 12, as far as I could check, it isn't aviable any more
> question is, if these steps wouldn't lock out too much developers
> (I would be one of them...)
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