Microsoft released Visual Studio 2019 version 16.1 Preview 2, with improvements to debugging, C++ development, extensibility, NuGet functionality and more.
C++ developers get several enhancements, including:
Other improvements include:
More details on all of the above and dozens of other new features, tweaks and bug fixes and be found in an announcement blog post and the v16.1 Preview 2 release notes.
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