In April 2021 Microsoft announced a new version of its IDE – Visual Studio 2022 – while also announcing that the IDE would be 64-bit. We’ve been waiting for this for so long – no more 4 GB memory limitations! However, as it turned out, it’s not all that simple…Continue reading
Nowadays a lot of projects are opening their source code and letting those who are interested in the development of it edit the code. We’ll check one such project – OpenJDK and help the developers improve the code.
This article is meant for those programmers who are only getting started with the Visual Studio environment, and trying to compile their C++ projects under it. Everything can look strange and complicated in an unfamiliar environment, and novices are especially irritated by the stdafx.h file that causes strange errors during compilation. Pretty often it all ends in them diligently turning off all precompiled headers in every project. We’ve written this article in order to help Visual Studio newcomers to figure it all out.