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Even though "Automatically check for updates" is unchecked under Tools->Options->Extensions and Updates, I still receive update notifications for extensions.
Created on 11/22/2013 (updated 46 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 11 comments | feedback id: 809469  | 
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If the same type is declared multiple ways, the editor gets confused.
Created on 8/4/2013 (updated 24 weeks ago) | 1 validation | 0 workarounds | 3 comments | feedback id: 796256  | 
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If a base class of your class has a debugger visualizer, it will hide all other members of the class.
Created on 7/30/2013 (updated 63 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 3 comments | feedback id: 795342  | 
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Steps to reproduce: 1. Make a new C++ project 2. Type the following code: #include <algorithm> #include <vector> int main() { std::vector<int> v; std::sort(v.begin } 3. The "back" member g…
Created on 7/14/2013 (updated 26 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 3 comments | feedback id: 793919  | 
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Visual C++'s linker merges identical functions into a single function during optimization, which affects observable behavior by causing distinct pointer values to become equal, which is a bug.
Created on 1/5/2013 (updated 94 weeks ago) | 1 validation | 0 workarounds | 4 comments | feedback id: 775899  | 
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The code below is ambiguous, but the compiler simply resolves it by calling the copy constructor, when in fact the conversion constructor from 'int' is an equally good candidate. GCC 4.7 correctly gi…
Created on 12/19/2012 (updated 92 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 3 comments | feedback id: 774730  | 
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this should work, but doesn't: struct Adder { int foo() { return 0; } }; int main() { &decltype(Adder)::foo; }
Created on 12/11/2012 (updated 88 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 2 comments | feedback id: 774053  | 
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The Standard Template Library provided with Visual C++ engages in undefined behavior inside std::vector. To protect against aliasing, the code for push_back says: void push_back(const _Ty& _Val) {…
Created on 8/19/2012 (updated 102 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 4 comments | feedback id: 758683  | 
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The title is pretty self-explanatory. e.g. the trivial code below doesn't perform the optimization; it calls the destructor twice: #include <cstdio> struct Foo { ~Foo() { printf("Destructing...\n");…
Created on 7/30/2012 (updated 54 weeks ago) | 1 validation | 1 workaround | 2 comments | feedback id: 756190  | 
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When a Sony Ericsson Equinox (TM717) is connected via USB to the computer, Visual Studio suddenly experiences long pauses of tens of seconds in between various actions, such as during startup, running…
Created on 9/15/2010 (updated 117 weeks ago) | 1 validation | 0 workarounds | 6 comments | feedback id: 598541  | 
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