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The following Microsoft compilers are supported:

Controlling the preprocessor for Microsoft Visual C/C++ compilers

By default, C++test uses an internal preprocessor for Microsoft Visual C/C++ compilers. If you prefer to use the original compiler executable as the preprocessor, set the edgtk.useEdgPreprocessor false advanced option as described in Advanced Instrumentation Configuration Options.

Microsoft Visual C++ 9.0

  • Compiler acronym: vc_9_0
  • Host OS: Windows
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended
  • Compiler version (cl): C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 15.00.x
  • Linker version (link): Incremental linker Version 9.00.x
  • IDE: Visual Studio 2008

Microsoft Visual C++ 9.0 (x64)

  • Compiler acronym: vc_9_0-64
  • Host OS: Windows
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended
  • Compiler version (cl): C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 15.00.x
  • Linker version (link): Incremental linker Version 9.00.x
  • IDE: Visual Studio 2008

Microsoft Visual C++ 10.0

  • Compiler acronym: vc_10_0
  • Host OS: Windows
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended
  • Linker version (link): Incremental linker Version 10.00.x
  • IDE: Visual Studio 2010

Microsoft Visual C++ 10.0 (x64)

  • Compiler acronym: vc_10_0-64
  • Host OS: Windows
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended
  • Linker version (link): Incremental linker Version 10.00.x
  • IDE: Visual Studio 2010

Microsoft Visual C++ 11.0

  • Compiler acronym: vc_11_0
  • Host OS: Windows
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended
  • Compiler version (cl): C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 17.00.x
  • Linker version (link): Incremental Linker Version 11.00.x
  • IDE: Visual Studio 2012

Microsoft Visual C++ 11.0 (x64)

  • Compiler acronym: vc_11_0-64
  • Host OS: Windows
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended
  • Compiler version (cl): C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 17.00.x
  • Linker version (link): Incremental Linker Version 11.00.x
  • IDE: Visual Studio 2012

Microsoft Visual C++ 12.0

  • Compiler acronym: vc_12_0
  • Host OS: Windows
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended
  • Compiler version (cl): C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 18.00.x
  • Linker version (link): Incremental Linker Version 12.00.x
  • IDE: Visual Studio 2013

Microsoft Visual C++ 12.0 (x64)

  • Compiler acronym: vc_12_0-64
  • Host OS: Windows
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended
  • Compiler version (cl): C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 18.00.x
  • Linker version (link): Incremental Linker Version 12.00.x
  • IDE: Visual Studio 2013

Microsoft Visual C++ 14.0

  • Compiler acronym: vc_14_0
  • Host OS: Windows
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended
  • Compiler version (cl): C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 19.00.x
  • Linker version (link): Incremental Linker Version 14.00.x
  • IDE: Visual Studio 2015

Microsoft Visual C++ 14.0 (x64)

  • Compiler acronym: vc_14_0-64
  • Host OS: Windows
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended
  • Compiler version (cl): C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 19.00.x
  • Linker version (link): Incremental Linker Version 14.00.x
  • IDE: Visual Studio 2015

Microsoft Visual C++ 14.1

  • Compiler acronym: vc_14_1
  • Host OS: Windows
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended
  • Compiler version (cl): C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 19.10.x-19.12.x
  • Linker version (link): Incremental Linker Version 14.10.x-14.12.x
  • IDE: Visual Studio 2017

Microsoft Visual C++ 14.1 (x64)

  • Compiler acronym: vc_14_1-64
  • Host OS: Windows
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended
  • Compiler version (cl): C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 19.10.x-19.12.x
  • Linker version (link): Incremental Linker Version 14.10.x-14.12.x
  • IDE: Visual Studio 2017



About Support Levels

  • Extended: Support has been validated with extended testing and is approved for use in safety-critical software development.
  • Standard: Support has been validated with standard testing and is approved for use in non-safety critical software development.
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