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Jason 2 years ago in Support for platforms and languages updated by Lior Kerner 1 year ago 3

.NET Core 3.0 is upon us, and it's time to migrate to Visual Studio 2019.  When will you enable support for the new IDE?

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Hi Jason, 

A new version of OzCode will be released along with VS2019 general availability (GA) Release (during April).

In the meanwhile, you can check out our early access preview (a beta version) which already works with VS 2019 (click here to download). 

We will be glad to hear your take on it, you can also email our support team for further assistance.

GOOD, I'M SATISFIED
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Hi Jason, 

A new version of OzCode will be released along with VS2019 general availability (GA) Release (during April).

In the meanwhile, you can check out our early access preview (a beta version) which already works with VS 2019 (click here to download). 

We will be glad to hear your take on it, you can also email our support team for further assistance.

Thank you very much!  I'm sure you know this, but it is worth explicitly stating, that this is not just another tool in our developer toolkit.  This is likely the hugest time saver we have as developers.  Thank you for such a great VS extension.  This really does bring sanity to my development every day.

Thank you for the wonderful feedback! 

We really appreciate the kind words, if you can post this on the VS Marketplace that would be amazing.

Hope you will like our new time travel debugging feature, about to be released on April 2nd.