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Microsoft Visual Studio comes with downsized for Mac and Linux
Microsoft comes with a free code editor for Windows, OS X and Linux, under the banner of Visual Studio. It is the first time that a Visual Studio package is available for operating systems other than Windows.
Microsoft made the advent of the free Visual Studio version known by its Build developer conference in San Francisco. Visual Studio code that will be provided free by Microsoft, coexists with the ‘normal’ version of Visual Studio. Code therefore provides no complete IDE development environment, but is a code editor, including support for the completion of code snippets, IntelliSense what Microsoft calls.
Code also has support for git-version; it is unclear whether example svn is supported. The debugging code is possible, although it is not known what language to be supported. It is in any case to SQL, Ruby, XML and Visual Basic; which are languages that passed during a presentation at Build. Visual Studio code is available immediately, Microsoft announced.
Previously announced that Microsoft already makes the open source .Net Core Runtime and .Net is available for Linux and OS X.Viewing:-117
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