In our blog posts on the Visual C++ Team Blog, we often encourage readers to submit suggestions on how to improve Visual Studio via UserVoice. We review these suggestions regularly and often work to incorporate them into future releases. This post aims to provide an update, expanding on our previous entry on completed UserVoice suggestions, and to let you know which suggestions we’ve recently marked as Complete.
The following list contains 22 completed suggestions, totaling 892 votes!
- Add a cl.exe option for system headers like gcc’s -isystem
- Hide compiler warnings coming from include paths
- Silence warnings from third party code
- Update Image Watch for 2017 / Update Image Watch
- __has_include and __has_include_next
- Implement Guaranteed Copy Elision
- v140_xp toolset support
- Make forward slashes the default for Includes
- Provide a Macro Visualization Tool
- Support more C++ code-formatting features
- Adding C to Visual Studio / Add support for Visual C
- Enable IntelliSense completion on enter instead of tab
- Extract code into function
- Pause option during downloads
- Go to variable construction or initialization on right click
- Google-style code support
- CMake for Linux
- Linux console automatically opens on run
- Automatic scrolling in Linux console window
- Visual Studio for Linux support for GCC compilers
- Fix sync for cross-platform CMake remote build files
- Distribute VsMSBuildCmd.bat with Visual C++ Build Tools
If you voted for or suggested any of these items, your votes have been returned, and you can now once again use these to support other suggestions.
If you haven’t yet had the chance to suggest features, vote, or provide feedback, we welcome you to check out the Visual Studio forum on UserVoice and select Help > Send Feedback > Provide a Suggestion. Thank you again to everyone who helps make Visual Studio a better experience for all, and we’ll look forward to your feedback going forward.