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I had to reinstall from a path without a space. Microsoft has known about this bug since RC1 and still not fixed it.
Solved How to compile using microsoft visual. To build using the v110 build tools, please install Visual Studio. Changing Platform Toolset to 'v120' (was 'v110'). Then install Visual Studio 2012 Update 4 to get the v110_xp platform toolset. The Windows XP platform toolset that's included in Visual Studio is a version of.
C/C++ was part of MS since the 80s. MS millions of 3rd party applications out there built on MS C/C++, as well I am sure with the “newer” languages,.Net, etc. On this issue, I wasted nearly 2 days of re-installing VS2015 because the “default” didn’t give me the basic C/C++ stuff nor the pure “DosBox” command line shell links. There was one for MSBUILD but not CL.EXE. That’s Crazy!! I had to reinstall and this time, not to ‘miss out” on anything that might had fell thru the cracks, I selected all.
I ran into this issue recently. I was trying to install jquery Node package module into my node.js instance using the following command: npm install jquery –g Ultimately, the installation failed, and I received a list of errors among which contains: C: Program Files (x86) MSBuild Microsoft.Cpp v4.0 Platforms x64 Microsoft.Cpp.x64.Targets(514,5): error MSB8008: Specified platform toolset (v110) is not installed or invalid. Please make sure that a supported PlatformToolset value is selected. In the case of the jquery node package module, it seems this may display for the contextify module.
Microsoft Foundation Classes for C++ (NativeLanguageSupport_MFC) MFC libraries for Visual C++. Requires Common Tools for Visual C++ 2015. XP Targeting for C++ (NativeLanguageSupport_XP ) XP Targeting support for Visual C++. Requires Common Tools for Visual C++ 2015. Visual C++ [parent node] (NativeLanguageSupport_Group) Selects all three of the above options Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.0/8.1 Tools (ToolsForWin81_WP80_WP81) Includes Visual C++ compiler toolsets (v120 and v110), libraries, and templates for building & maintaining Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.0/8.1 applications. Note: this option is not specific to Visual C++.
We're still in the process of defining our Platform Toolset versioning plan for Visual Studio '15', so the version number (e.g. V140) isn't completely finalized and we expect it to change prior to the final release. We will ship a highly compatible version of the compiler and libraries in Visual Studio '15'. In Preview 4, the compiler toolset is 'v140', which picks up the compiler toolset from an VS 15 installation-specific directory: [Install Dir] Common7 IDE VC VCTargets Platforms Win32 PlatformToolsets --Daniel Griffing Visual C++ Libraries.
I want to reassure C++ developers that there is no de-emphasis of C++ development intended by this change whatsoever. Our telemetry and research tells us that C++ development usage in VS and the industry is accelerating, not shrinking. We continue to invest heavily in C++. Did I mention? Steve What’s Different In Visual Studio 2015, C++ tooling is no longer installed by default. Instead, the C++ compiler, libraries, and project templates have been moved into an optional feature. Upon launching setup, you can choose a “Typical” or “Custom” install: If you choose “Typical”, then you can’t use Visual Studio to develop in C++, because only managed languages and web development tools will be installed.
This would've been nice 2 days ago. I installed vs2015 and loaded up my project instead of telling me the components need installed it just spat out 1000 compiler errors about cl.exe being missing, combined with the fact visual studio no longer appears in its Folder in the start menu, and searching for it by name yields no results led me to believe my install was corrupted, countless install cycles and repairs later, including redownloading the iso and editing the registry i realised the visual studio shortcut is loose in the start menu and c++is an optional component now with no warning, thanks. Alessio and Olaf are right.
C: Program Files (x86) MSBuild Microsoft.Cpp v4.0 V120 Microsoft.Cpp.Platform.targets 64 5 StormUnited.
There are no other templates for C++, no choice for win32, no console app, no anything. How am I supposed to use this! I rerun setup multiple times but there is no option to add any of those pretty basic project templates!
We continue to invest heavily in C++. Did I mention? Steve What’s Different In Visual Studio 2015, C++ tooling is no longer installed by default. Instead, the C++ compiler, libraries, and project templates have been moved into an optional feature. Upon launching setup, you can choose a “Typical” or “Custom” install: If you choose “Typical”, then you can’t use Visual Studio to develop in C++, because only managed languages and web development tools will be installed.
Hello, We have confirmed the issue that the selected Platform Toolset displays as '(not installed)' in the Visual Studio '15' Preview 4 project properties dialog regardless of whether the toolset is actually available on the system. It is possible to modify the Platform Toolset property with the exact string name of the Platform Toolset. If present on the system, the compiler/project can be successfully used and '(not installed)' may be ignored. The toolset names that may be found in: [Install Root] Common7 IDE VC VCTargets Platforms Win32 PlatformToolsets --Daniel Griffing Visual C++ Libraries.
For any person with a functioning brain TYPICAL means the necessary tools to develop in C++, because if I downloaded Visual Studio for developing in C++, as beautifully advertised in your site, I would naturally expect no surprises. But it turns out that the 'TYPICAL' installation will not add any of that!!!
People's expectations of what 'Typical' means vary wildly from one developer to the next. Either force people to make the choice, or install everything for those that don't choose (making it obvious that that's what happening, by showing the tree with everything checked). Ultimately, it's impossible to get this right by default for even a majority of people, let alone everyone. Any defaults will always be wrong for a great many people, and rightly or wrongly they're going to blame you for their resulting problems. As others have said, it seems odd to have a 'typical installation' option at all, for a product as versatile as this. Is there really a 'typical' way to use VS? People use it for widely different things.
Alessio and Olaf are right. The idea of a 'Typical' Visual Studio installation seems misguided. It would make more sense to default to installing nothing, or installing everything. As a C++ developer, when I'm offered a 'Typical' installation, I'll naturally assume it includes C++. Ditto C# or VB developers, if and when those languages become optional.
I click install and then a very large window appears titled Setup-Usage that lists a bunch of commands like: /? Displays this usage text /H /Help /AdminFile Specifies the instillation control file and so on It is too large for me to see the bottom of it on my screen, and it is the only window that appears when i try to install c++. I tried doing this as well from the web, but all that it asked was if i wanted to uninstall c++ from my computer. When I try to create a new Windows 10 UWP, or open or build existing samples or projects, I get the following error: The imported project 'C:Program Files (x86)MSBuildMicrosoftWindowsXamlv14.08.2Microsoft.Windows.UI.Xaml.CSharp.targets' was not found.
No reply yet, seems it either got lost in his spam filter or he is too busy. I’m currently stuck on the Windows 10 Universal C Runtime: Connect Bug 1773279 bug-in-sntscanf-s got fixed around the end of last year. However there never was an updated vcredist (latest version – Visual Studio 2015 Update 1). Only the Windows 10 Universal C Runtime got the bug fix. In the blog post you guys talked about only needing the vcredist for redistribution: “If you currently use the VCRedist (our redistributable package files), then things will just work for you as they did before. The Visual Studio 2015 VCRedist package includes the above mentioned Windows Update packages, so simply installing the VCRedist will install both the Visual C++ libraries and the Universal CRT. This is our recommended deployment mechanism.
Either force people to make the choice, or install everything for those that don't choose (making it obvious that that's what happening, by showing the tree with everything checked). Ultimately, it's impossible to get this right by default for even a majority of people, let alone everyone. Any defaults will always be wrong for a great many people, and rightly or wrongly they're going to blame you for their resulting problems. As others have said, it seems odd to have a 'typical installation' option at all, for a product as versatile as this.
After all, its just c/c++ headers and libraries and maybe some XML files so they can be added to the IDE. I realize this comment is late. And some of you may scratch your heads at it. But here goes: I just can’t understand what Microsoft is doing with C++. Like “What?!!” Here’s why I say that.
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I package the Shipping server linux an it tell me following error: Error 1 error MSB8020: The build tools for Visual Studio 2010 (Platform Toolset = 'v100') cannot be found. To build using the v100 build tools, please install Visual Studio 2010 build tools. Alternatively, you may upgrade to the current Visual Studio tools by selecting the Project menu or right-click the solution, and then selecting 'Upgrade Solution.' C: Program Files (x86) MSBuild Microsoft.Cpp v4.0 V120 Microsoft.Cpp.Platform.targets 64 5 StormUnited.
Maybe it is safe, I don’t know. Will you always be warned at upgrade time if there’s an issue? The upshot is you need to exercise caution before relying on the advice given in this blog.
It seems weird to pick any specific combination and call that 'typical'. When I see a 'typical installation' option in an installer, I assume that 'it'll probably have 90% of what i need, all the commonly used stuff that everyone relies on'.
So, can you really keep this a secret? Once the cat is out of the bag, everyone could be using VS 2017 around the office — our whole team here in Redmond agrees that’s a good thing (and we’re not biased at all) PS: What you’ll notice is that everyone in the team will see the same upgrade prompt the first time they load the project in VS 2017. So if you want to avoid an accidental pull request that upgrades all your projects coming from the enthusiastic junior member in the office down the hall, you can inhibit the upgrade prompt completely before spreading the news by following the instructions in this Connect report (it works in VS 2017 too). What about Visual Studio 2008? Visual Studio 2008 had its own dedicated build system for C++ called VCBuild.
Note: An earlier install of same VS2015 ISO and SDK on Windows 10 Enterprise Evaluation was running successfully until I had to re-format a few days ago when I upgraded my Windows 7 to Windows 10 Pro. I have now also tried to install a clean copy of Windows 10 Enterprise, re-install VS2015 with SDK and emulators, and yet no luck. Same error keeps repeating. Re-installed VS2015 Enterprise installed on dual-boot Windows 10 Pro, and Windows 10 Enterprise. Same results. Have VS2013 running on the Windows 10 Pro. Had used VS2012, and VS2010 on same system with Win 7 without issues.
$(WDKContentRoot) build*.props All driver specific props files. These files contain default settings to build a driver. $(WDKContentRoot) build*.targets All driver specific targets file. This file identifies the targets to build a driver.
Never met better people Thats sarcasm if you haven't already figured it out. I just tried to install VS2015 community edition.
With VS2017 v 15.3.1 I am seeing: C: Dev Couloir Generic REF OpenGLESAppRef OpenGLESAppRef.WindowsUniversal.StaticLibrary OpenGLESAppRef.WindowsUniversal.StaticLibrary.vcxproj: warning: The build tools for Visual Studio 2015 (v140) cannot be found. To build using the Visual Studio 2017 (v141) build tools, either click the Project menu or right-click the solution, and then select 'Retarget Solution'. Install Visual Studio 2015 (v140) to build using the Visual Studio 2015 (v140) build tools. See my previous comment from 3 days prior. While normally I would say that this is the perfect response to the problem indicated, it did not solve my issue.
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