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Question: Which one is better for native development? VS 2013, 2015 or 2017?
Asked by ruchira (175.157.40.x) on March 10 2019, 8:17am
Reply on March 10 2019, 2:19pm:
    I'd go with 2013 personally, but who knows?

  • Posted by Gio (94.70.10.x) on March 11 2019, 5:51am:
    I would definitely stay with VS2013 for traditional development, later versions have introduced Universal CRT and is a pain for distribution. Having said that I use VS2012 and has problematic code generation in some cases, I think some of the issues stay in VS2013 too, like spilling SSE codes if you use combination of certain math functions even if you have disabled them (/arch:IA32). Workarounds can be to either detect those functions and disable optimization or just compile with O1 with all the downsides.

  • Posted by ruchira (123.231.125.x) on March 12 2019, 11:27am:
    VS2013 Update 5 or Update 4 ?

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