Microsoft releases Visual Studio 2017 version 15.6.7


A new service update for Visual Studio 2017 is now available. The new build version 15.6.7, released on 26th April 2018 contains a set of bug fixes reported by customers. If you are using Visual Studio 2017, check for updates to get the new build.

 

Alternatively, you can also download the latest version of Visual Studio 2017 by visiting this link. Continue reading to know what has been fixed with this service update.

 

Microsoft releases Visual Studio 2017 version 15.6.7

 

Issues fixed in Visual Studio 2017 version 15.6.7

  • VS is more responsive when running Git operations.
  • Debugging large solutions with /debug:fastlink PDBs is more robust. Changes in the PDB/DIA lead to reduced latency and a 30% reduction in heap memory consumption in the VS debugger that used to cause crashes.
  • C++ compiler bugfixes:
    • Fix for the SSA optimizer incorrectly sinking a function call past a store to a variable used in a __finally handler.
    • Fix for the SSA optimizer sometimes incorrectly analyzing memory loads from locations with negative offsets.
    • Fix for the optimizer incorrectly transforming a pre-incremented loop into a post-incremented loop. This was found compiling the ICU project.
  • Microsoft bumped up the Java™ Development Kit 8 to Update 172 (JDK version 8u172).

 

 



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