Today we are excited to announce the second preview of VisualGDB 5.3 that introduces several improvements to the Clang IntelliSense engine. In this post I will show you the highlights of the new engine. Continue reading Clang IntelliSense Improvements in VisualGDB 5.3 Preview 2
CMake has been getting increasingly popular over the past years due to its simplicity and integration with the modern IDEs. The recently added CMake Server mode made it even more usable, allowing it to share the precise project structure with different IDEs, but if you wanted to actively edit a large project, you would still inevitably have to edit the CMakeLists.txt files manually, making it less intuitive than working with regular Visual Studio projects.
So we decided to bridge this gap and designed a new VisualGDB CMake Project subsystem that lets Visual Studio open Linux CMake projects and treat them just like the normal Visual C++ projects. Continue reading Introducing the new Advanced CMake Project Subsystem