Microsoft has released version 15.8.5 of Visual Studio 2017. This popular programming development environment has handy options to make programming easier in Visual C ++, Visual Basic, C #, F #, Python, and R, among other things. The entire laundry list of changes to the 2017 edition can be found in the accompanying release notes . The changes to this edition are as follows:
Summary of What’s New in 15.8.5
- Visual Studio Tools for Xamarin now supports Xcode 10.
Top Issues Fixed in 15.8.5
These are the customer-reported issues addressed in 15.8.5:
- Debugger tooltip does not expand in Xamarin.iOS debugging session.
- Debugger will not let me leave execution point (Android).
- After updating to 15.8.1, data tip does not show when debugging.  Debugger data tip does not expand [Editor].
- Exception: MSB0001: Internal MSBuild Error: Already registered for build-time.
- Wrong path to resource in manifest for ClickOnce after upgrading to US 15.8.1. 19659007] ClickOnce Manifest error in 15.8
- ClickOnce Publish is missing certain references
- ClickOnce: Language file copied to wrong location
- Reference missing in the ClickOnce publish folder
- Compiling non- .NET SDK F # is not NGEN’d in Visual Studio.
- F # deploys the FSharp.Core 22.214.171.124 binary in the 126.96.36.199 location.