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Tuesday, August 17, 2021
Visual Lint 18.104.22.1680 has now been released. This a recommended maintenance update for Visual Lint 8.0, and includes the following changes:
Visual Studio 2022 now appears as a supported project type in VisualLintGui and VisualLintConsole.
Added a stub PC-lint Plus compiler indirect file for Visual Studio 2022 (
co-rb-vs2022.lnt) to the installer. This will be replaced by an expanded implementation in due course.
Updated the values of
_MSC_FULL_VERin the PC-lint Plus compiler indirect file
co-rb-vs2019.lntto support Visual Studio 2019 v16.10.4.
Fixed a bug in the Visual Lint Options Dialog which caused a "Visual Studio has encountered an unexpected error" message when the dialog was invoked while the Visual Studio plugin was loaded but turned off.
The Eclipse C/C++ project (
.cproject) file reader now takes into account the value of
buildPathattributes when parsing the
<builder>elements which define the properties of makefile builds. If not specified, the value of
buildPathis assumed to be
Fixed a handful of typos in the helpfile.
The Visual Lint plug-in included in this build is not compatible with Visual Studio 2022 Preview.
Visual Lint beta builds with full support for Visual Studio 2022 Preview are however available. Please contact us if you would like to become a beta tester.
Tuesday, August 10, 2021
ResOrg 22.214.171.124 has now been released. This a recommended maintenance update for ResOrg 2.0, and includes the following changes:
When installing/uninstalling the Visual Studio 2017/2019 extension (
ResOrgPackage.vsix) the installer now invokes
VSIXInstaller.exesilently rather than interactively, writing a logfile to
Fixed a bug in the installer which could prevent the Visual Studio plug-in from being correctly installed to Visual Studio 2019.
Fixed a bug in the installer which could prevent the Visual Studio plug-in from being correctly uninstalled from Visual Studio 2017 or 2019.
Replaced the "invalid key entered" balloon tip in the Registration Key Dialog with an inline text field.
The ResOrg plug-in included in this build is not compatible with Visual Studio 2022 Preview.
Support for Visual Studio 2022 Preview is currently being worked on in the ResOrg development branch, and should become available in due course, but in the meantime ResOrgApp can edit VS2022 resource symbol files.