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Visual Studio 2017 update - version 15.1 (26403.00) #1478

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FeodorFitsner opened this Issue Apr 7, 2017 · 9 comments

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May not be the right place for it but, Does this includes the 15063 SDK too? I mean like, will it be installed by default?

ifarbod commented Apr 8, 2017

May not be the right place for it but, Does this includes the 15063 SDK too? I mean like, will it be installed by default?

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Yes, it will be installed on the image.

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FeodorFitsner commented Apr 8, 2017

Yes, it will be installed on the image.

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@FeodorFitsner really great news! Does that mean we can now target .NET 4.7 on AppVeyor?

PinpointTownes commented Apr 10, 2017

@FeodorFitsner really great news! Does that mean we can now target .NET 4.7 on AppVeyor?

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If it's part of 15.1 update.

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FeodorFitsner commented Apr 10, 2017

If it's part of 15.1 update.

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It is, but AFAIK, it's an opt-in feature:

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PinpointTownes commented Apr 10, 2017

It is, but AFAIK, it's an opt-in feature:

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Is it part of 15.1.1 update? I don't see that option in 15.1.

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FeodorFitsner commented Apr 10, 2017

Is it part of 15.1.1 update? I don't see that option in 15.1.

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It was introduced with 15.1 and requires Windows 10 Creators Update (it's not yet available on older OS).

PinpointTownes commented Apr 10, 2017

It was introduced with 15.1 and requires Windows 10 Creators Update (it's not yet available on older OS).

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I see. Announcement says .NET 4.7 will be available for other OSes "pretty soon".

Added a new issue for .NET 4.7 installation: #1488

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FeodorFitsner commented Apr 10, 2017

I see. Announcement says .NET 4.7 will be available for other OSes "pretty soon".

Added a new issue for .NET 4.7 installation: #1488

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Added a new issue for .NET 4.7 installation: #1488

Thanks, I'll track this ticket.

Announcement says .NET 4.7 will be available for other OSes "pretty soon".

FYI, "pretty soon" means a few weeks:

It is weeks. More than 3, less than 10 and hopefully closer to the first number. We have some quality-related process to still go through to get the release ready. This week’s release was one Windows version. We now have to get the product ready to ship for nearly over a dozen different variations.

PinpointTownes commented Apr 10, 2017

Added a new issue for .NET 4.7 installation: #1488

Thanks, I'll track this ticket.

Announcement says .NET 4.7 will be available for other OSes "pretty soon".

FYI, "pretty soon" means a few weeks:

It is weeks. More than 3, less than 10 and hopefully closer to the first number. We have some quality-related process to still go through to get the release ready. This week’s release was one Windows version. We now have to get the product ready to ship for nearly over a dozen different variations.

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