Retiring VS 2010 and VS 2012 support

Coordinator
Feb 21, 2015 at 7:10 AM
Edited Feb 21, 2015 at 7:13 AM
With the upcoming release of VS 2015, the number of projects for DirectXMesh configuration is getting rather unwieldy. The question is how many people are:

(a) Using VS 2010 with DirectXMesh (which requires the Windows 8.1 SDK)

(b) Using VS 2012 with DirectXMesh for Win32 desktop development. The VS 2012 compiler toolset is still getting used today for Xbox One XDK, Xbox One ADK, and Windows Store apps for Windows 8.0.

(c) In a related question, how many people still need Windows Store apps for Windows 8.0 support?
Coordinator
Jul 27, 2015 at 8:11 PM
VS 2010 support is being retired for the July 29, 2015 release.
Marked as answer by walbourn on 7/27/2015 at 1:11 PM
Coordinator
Dec 1, 2015 at 9:13 PM
I will be retiring support for VS 2012 after this year.

This includes dropping Desktop_2012, XboxOneXDK, and XboxOneADK projects.

I will be keeping VS 2013 support (Desktop_2013, Windows81, WindowsPhone81) and VS 2015 (Desktop_2015, Windows10, XboxOneXDK_2015)