Is there any roadmap for supporting visual Studio 2015?
now it has been six month, so I wonder if have you can give us an idea when VS 2015 support would possibly be released?
Because we are investigating whether we should migrate to VS 2012 now,
or if it is worth waiting for VS 2015 support and migrate directly to VS 2015 later.
We are currently in the final stages of preparing a beta release of Insure++ for VS2010, targeted for January 30th.
As you may know, with the introduction of VS2015, Microsoft changed several of the libraries and interfaces that Insure++ relies upon. Therefore, we are looking for beta customers that can provide feedback on this beta release – would you be interested in being part of the beta program? If so, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: This beta release will not have support for static linking – are you using static linking?
Mark had a slight typo above in this sentence:
"We are currently in the final stages of preparing a beta release of Insure++ for VS2010, targeted for January 30th."
He meant, of course, "... Insure++ for VS2015, targeted..."
Does Insure++ support Visual Studio 2015 yet? Installing 7.4.8 and getting errors instrumenting libraries.
Hi @coinoperated VS 2015 is not official supported yet, therefore you may be experiencing some instrumentation issues, Insure++ beta release to support VS2015 is coming out soon! Development is working in finalization
Actually, not the beta, but the full release. It should shipping this week, and doesn't support static linking of the C-runtime libraries. (ie the /MT and /MTd command-line switches.) Also, support for Windows 10 Anniversary Build is not available.
You can tell if you have the anniversary build by going to the start menu, type: "version", and you'll see a window with your PC name, windows edition, and version. If you have version 1511 or less then you don't have the anniversary build. If you have 1607 or more, you do.
Insure++ Version 7.4.10 is now shipping
The customer portal download page has been updated to 7.4.10.
As previously noted, due to changes in the core Windows 10 operating system, Windows 10 is not supported by Insure++.