@traskjd:Thanks for the update. I will reach out to your team.
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Right now it seems for the Windows stack only .NET is supported but no C++. Do you also have plans to support C++ for Win32 desktop and Windows Apps?
@nhwilly:Thanks. I saw you posted the same comment also on my blog post (which is fine). Let's discuss there.