We have released another incremental update to VisualGDB. It moves the Clang version used in our IntelliSense engine from 6.0 to 16.0, unlocking new C++23 features, and improving compatibility with modern code. It also features completely rewritten code suggestion popups with pixel-perfect looks on high-DPI systems, consistent view between light and dark themes, and blazingly fast performance due to he a heavily optimized backend:
You can download the new release on the download page. If you have any feedback, don’t hesitate to reach us out via our support form or the VisualGDB forum.
Stay tuned, more IntellISense features incoming in next beta.
Today we are pleased to announce another update to VisualKernel. It brings numerous improvements to the recently introduced tracing engine (see this page for a full change log), but most importantly, it brings the ability to trace Linux kernel (or individual modules) without a regular network connection.
Continue reading Announcing VisualKernel 4.1
We have released a new version of SmarTTY, our free multi-tabbed SSH client. The new release focuses on improving usability and making common scenarios simpler. Let’s overview the main features of the new release:
Continue reading SmarTTY 2.0 is out