It is planned, indeed (there's a similarly brief reference to it in the main video =P).
demo video has been posted!
@liux0229: Sorry for the late reply! The deduction limitation is a known limitation of our compiler, from which extract function gets its information (in order to make robust other aspects of the feature). So in short...we're working on it =P
I have passed along your feedback to the appropriate VS team, though I don't know if they'll get around to it in an ideal timeframe for you >.<
@David Lowndes: You cannot undo accidental deletes, unfortunately. You'll just have to run the search again =P
I'll make sure our devs consider the spacing suggestion!
Update: I believe the spacing has been fixed; let us know when we release CTP4!
@Ying Chi: On behalf of the debugger team:
"Unfortunately, Visual Studio does not provide a way to view the contents of a matrix better than what you get by expanding it in the watch window. If you want to see the data in its rows and columns, your best option is to write a helper function which dumps the contents of the matrix into a global string buffer, using whatever pretty format you desire. You can then call the helper function from the watch window and use the string viewer (click the magnifying glass to the right of the 'value' column) to view the global string that the helper function populates."
Also, "the traditional way to do better native visualizations for collections for the debugger is the natvis file:
Thanks for the suggestions; I have made sure that each of them is on our feature list. While I can't promise that we'll get to them in time for our next official release of VS, I made time to draw our team's attention to them and we all agreed that each of them is certainly useful ;)
@schroedl:Excellent point on the font size; I'll be sure to zoom into the editor for future videos!
I'll get Karl to address the other comment =)
@felix9: I've been itching to reply to your comment, but couldn't say anything until it was official: We were working on the Move Implementation to Source feature even before CTP 1 was released, and the feature is now available in Visual Studio 14 CTP 2 as of today! (It is called Move Definition Location, because it includes the ability to move from source to header as well if desired.)
I'll be doing a video on it along with other features in an upcoming VC++ Bytes episode =)
@Gordon: re: "can you please add the ability to let me press a key to switch between the .h and .cpp file"
The feature exists in VS2013 (Toggle Header/Code File); the shortcut for it is Ctrl + K, Ctrl + O