- Adds Xcode support.
- Fixes a bug where Project Overview pages and panels in Diagnostic Tools and the Performance Profiler could appear very zoomed-in with some multiple monitor setups.
- Warn when x13, x14, x23, x24, and d16-d31 are accessed in ARM64EC code.
- Improved support for edits with Hot Reload in test runs. The following actions are no longer rude edits and are now supported with hot reload in test runs: adding tests, adding data rows in theories, adding classes, and adding async methods.
Microsoft announced the release of the official version of Visual Studio 2022 on November 8
Visual Studio, dubbed as the most powerful IDE in the universe, is about to usher in version 2022. Microsoft officially announced that the official version of Visual Studio 2022 will be released on November 8, when the Community Edition, Professional Edition, and Enterprise Edition will be updated simultaneously.
As a warm-up stage, the Visual Studio 2022 Preview 5 version has been launched. This version is also the RC candidate version, which brings some bug fixes. Of course, at this stage, Microsoft is unlikely to continue to add new features. The follow-up is mainly to fix the problems. If there are no major problems before the release, the Preview 5 version may become the final RTM version.