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woodbrian77

Is there a link to download Visual Studio 2013? I found a
page off of a site called 2013download.com that said you
could download it there, but it looked kind of fishy to
me so I didn't do it.

Secondly, is anyone using clang 3.3 or newer? I hit a bug
in clang 3.2

https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/comp.lang.c++/FoF4eehyM6I

but I don't know if it is still a problem in more recent
releases. Tia.


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Victor Bazarov

Is there a link to download Visual Studio 2013? I found a
page off of a site called 2013download.com that said you
could download it there, but it looked kind of fishy to
me so I didn't do it.

If you can survive another week without it, you might not need those
fishy (or should I say "phishy") sites. MS said they would give more
information during their "Build" conference set to open mid next week in
SF, I think.
Secondly, is anyone using clang 3.3 or newer? I hit a bug
in clang 3.2

https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/comp.lang.c++/FoF4eehyM6I

but I don't know if it is still a problem in more recent
releases. Tia.

Is there no way to ask llvm directly?

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woodbrian77

If you can survive another week without it, you might not need those
fishy (or should I say "phishy") sites. MS said they would give more
information during their "Build" conference set to open mid next week in
SF, I think.

OK, I found it now.

I am.
Is there no way to ask llvm directly?

That's the next step. I installed clang 3.3 now and it still
crashes.

Brian
Ebenezer Enterprises - Was Eisenhower the last decent US President?
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woodbrian77

OK, I found it now.

A few comments:

IIuc, Visual Studio 2013 is also known as Visual Studio 12.

It seems faster than the previous version.

It doesn't support non-static data member initialization in
a class declaration. This is a dissapointment.
That's the next step.

I reported it and they said they fixed it.
 

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