Microsoft has released the second update for version 17.4.0 of Visual Studio 2022. This popular programming development environment, available for Windows and macOS, has useful options to make programming easier in Visual C++, Visual Basic, C#, F# and Python, among others. The new version is fully 64bit and has a new simplified user interface. More information about version 17.4 is out this page from Microsoft. This is the changelog for version 17.4.2:
Issues Addressed in this release of 17.4.2
- Fixed an issue causing C++ compiler crashes with /analyze.
- Fixed a compiler bug where we were incorrectly eliding a zero-extension
- Fixed an issue where some C++ formatting options were not persisted correctly between Visual Studio sessions.
- Fixed an issue with hang on paste
- This version of Visual Studio includes Win App SDK 1.2.221109.1 see Windows App SDK release channels – Windows apps | Microsoft Docs for more details.
From Developer Community
- Compiler bug assumes padding is zero
- Quick actions use wrong indent
- feature ‘symbol search’ is currently unavailable due to an internal error
- Visual Studio Installer should install Android 31 SDK by default
- 17.4 hangs when using custom DesignModeValueProvider – WPF DesignTools
- Diagnostic Tool page always becomes empty after upgrading to 17.4
- Regression: clearing option “Automatically update this extension” for installed VS extensions is lost (ie forced to true) after VS relaunch
- Git solution closed after opening – non-origin remote is default
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