VC++ Bytes 2-1: Create Declaration/Definition with Oleg Kharitonov
- Posted: Jun 18, 2014 at 1:41PM
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Welcome to Season 2 of VC++ Bytes! This season is dedicated to showcasing [potential] new C++ features in the next release of Visual Studio (currently dubbed Visual Studio "14").
The "season premiere" kicks off again with Visual C++ IDE developer Oleg Kharitonov, whom I worked with to create today's featured feature: Create Declaration/Definition. (Yes, I do more at Microsoft than just make videos =P)
Create Declaration/Definition enables a user to quickly create a function's counterpart, and positions it near its neighbors. Watch this video for a demonstration as well as some tips and tricks you can do with the feature!
Want to try this feature out (amongst others)? Click here to download (for free!) the Visual Studio "14" CTP 1, and give us feedback about the feature in the comments!
Stay tuned for more features from this pre-release and future pre-releases as well!
(Note: Those of you with sharp eyes probably noticed the duplicate Refactor menu item; we did the demo in Oleg's personal branch in a later build where he's experimenting with other refactoring options. You should only see one in the actual CTP.)