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Support of Visual Studio 2019 in PVS-Studio

Support of Visual Studio 2019 in PVS-Studio affected a number of components: the plugin itself, the command-line analyzer, the cores of the C++ and C# analyzers, and a few utilities. In this article, I will briefly explain what problems we encountered when implementing support of the IDE and how we addressed them.

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Sergey Vasiliev

Sergey Vasiliev

Head of DevRel at PVS-Studio LLC LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fotoshooter/

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