Visual Studio 2019

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  1. Chibi ANUBIS

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    #1 Chibi ANUBIS, Mar 3, 2019
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  3. Chibi ANUBIS

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    Thanks my friend, I take this post updated for futur release :)
     
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    #4 Chibi ANUBIS, Mar 4, 2019
    Last edited: Apr 12, 2019
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    How to download and make a ISO if ImgBurn was installed !

    Here a script for download :
    Code:
    vs_enterprise.exe --layout C:\VS2019ENT --lang fr-FR
    
    Change the language if needed :

    Language-locale Language
    Cs-cz Czech
    De-de German
    En-us English
    Es-es Spanish
    Fr-fr French
    It-it Italian
    Ja-jp Japanese
    Ko-kr Korean
    Pl-pl Polish
    Pt-br Portuguese - Brazil
    Ru-ru Russian
    Tr-tr Turkish
    Zh-cn Chinese - Simplified
    Zh-tw Chinese - Traditional
    Download and make a iso if ImgBurn was installed :
    Code:
    @ECHO OFF
    TITLE Download Visual Studio Enterprise 2019
    COLOR F0
    ===========================================================
    :: You can edit only this options
    :: Languages support : zh-cn, zh-tw, cs-cz, en-us, es-es, fr-fr, de-de, it-it, ja-jp, ko-kr, pl-pl, pt-br, ru-ru, tr-tr
    SET OutputDirectory=C:\Download
    SET Language=fr-FR
    SET VISUALSTUD=vs_enterprise.exe
    ===========================================================
    SET Download=%OutputDirectory%\VS2019ENT
    SET DestISO=%OutputDirectory%\ISO
    SET AutoRun=%Download%\AutoRun.inf
    SET ImgBurnx86=%programfiles%\ImgBurn\ImgBurn.exe
    SET ImgBurnx64=%programfiles(x86)%\ImgBurn\ImgBurn.exe
    pushd "%~dp0"
    if not exist "%VISUALSTUD%" goto ERROR
    if not exist "%Download%" mkdir "%Download%"
    "%VISUALSTUD%" --layout "%Download%" --lang %Language%
    echo Download Complete
    if exist "%ImgBurnx64%" SET ImgBurnInstalled=%ImgBurnx64% & goto create
    if exist "%ImgBurnx86%" SET ImgBurnInstalled=%ImgBurnx86% & goto create
    goto END
    :create
    echo ImgBurn is installed !
    :loop
    set /p answer=Do you want to create a ISO (Y/N)?
    if /i "%answer:~,1%" EQU "Y" goto editit
    if /i "%answer:~,1%" EQU "N" goto END
    echo Please type Y for Yes or N for No
    goto loop
    :editit
    echo [AutoRun] >> "%AutoRun%"
    echo OPEN="vs_setup.exe" >> "%AutoRun%"
    echo ICON="vs_setup.exe,0" >> "%AutoRun%"
    echo LABEL="Visual Studio 2019" >> "%AutoRun%"
    "%ImgBurnInstalled%" /mode build /buildoutputmode imagefile /DEST "%DestISO%\VS2019ENT.iso" /src "%Download%" /FILESYSTEM "UDF" /UDFREVISION "2.5" /VOLUMELABEL "VS2019ENT" /start /CLOSE /NOIMAGEDETAILS /PRESERVEFULLPATHNAMES no /rootfolder yes
    goto END
    :END
    echo X=MsgBox("Visual Studio 2019 Enterprise is complete, ENJOY ! :)",0+64,"Information") > %temp%\TEMPmessage.vbs
    goto DELVBS
    :ERROR
    echo X=MsgBox("Visual Studio 2019 Enterprise is not complete, TOO BAD ! :(",0+48,"Information") > %temp%\TEMPmessage.vbs
    goto DELVBS
    :DELVBS
    call %temp%\TEMPmessage.vbs
    del %temp%\TEMPmessage.vbs /f /q
    exit
    
    More command here : Post-29 by Sajjo.
     
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  5. Chibi ANUBIS

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    RELEASE CANDIDATE IS OUT ! :D

    What’s new in Visual Studio 2019

    Here are some major changes and new features available in the updated version of the product.

    Install

    • Be more efficient now that Visual Studio updates will now be downloaded in the background.
    • Control installation mode for Visual Studio updates.
    IDE
    • Collaborate with others using Visual Studio Live Share, which is installed by default. Additional language support for C++, VB.NET, and Razor gives guests a solution view and sharing of source control diffs.
    • Open code you recently worked on or start from one of the most commonly used flows like clone, open, or create a project through the new start window.
    • Create new projects with an improved search experience and filters using the new list of templates sorted by popularity.
    • Have more vertical room for your code and a modernized look and feel through a set of new visual changes in the shell.
    • View a sharper version of your IDE regardless of your display configuration and/or scaling, as we have improved support for per monitor awareness.
    • Use an improved search capability in Visual Studio for menus, commands, options, and installable components.
    • Quickly understand your code file's 'health' with a document indicator. Run and configure through a one-click code cleanup from the indicator.
    • Easily manage the preview features you are opted in to with a new Preview Features page in the Options dialog.
    • Create new projects with improvements in tag-based search and an easily accessible "Recent project templates" list.
    • Create new items directly from Visual Studio Search and find results faster with improved relevance.
    • Stay informed of important information, such as Visual Studio Live Share requests, with a new notifications experience.
    • Save a collection of code cleanup fixers as a profile to easily select the fixers you want run during code cleanup.
    • Trigger new .NET refactoring and code fixes.
    • Configure .NET Core projects more easily with first-class project files.
    • See the status of your extensions with Preview, Paid, and Trial tags in the Extensions and Updates dialog.
    • Check and configure which Preview features you want active since the defaults have been reset in this Preview.
    • Keep your extensions up-to-date by excluding certain Test Window APIs that have been marked as deprecated in this release.
    • Sign in, browse, and one-click clone or connect to your hosted repositories from Azure DevOps through the start window.
    • Install extensions for other source control hosts to view repositories owned by you and your organization.
    • Experience an improved Blue theme experience that addresses Preview 2 feedback by dialing down the luminosity, improving overall contrast and addressing other usability issues.
    • Apply code style preferences from the command-line with the dotnet format global tool.
    • MSBuild and Visual Studio now target .NET Framework 4.7.2 by default.
    • We have removed Azure App Service-related features from Server Explorer; equivalent functionality is instead available in Cloud Explorer.
    Performance
    • Take control of how solutions load by using Visual Studio's new performance improvementsthat affect stepping speed, branch switching speed, and more.
    • See solution load progress in the Task Status Center.
    • Choose which projects to load on solution open with solution filter files.
    • Improve your typing performance by limiting the impact of auxiliary components.
    • Toggle the new option to disable restoring of your project hierarchy state and tool window state.
    • Learn the new shortcut for Build Selection and quickly Build All in CMake with the new Build All command.
    • Code faster with improved performance of IntelliSense for C++ files in CMake projects.
    • Load larger .NET Core solutions and enjoy significant memory reductions when working with them over time.
    • Load project dependencies quickly with a new project context menu command.
    • See performance tips in the performance center.
    General Debugging and Diagnostics
    • Search keywords within the Watch, Autos, and Locals windows while debugging to improve your ability to find objects or values.
    • View a dropdown of format specifiers in the Watch, Autos, and Locals windows when inspecting data.
    • Use a custom visualizer, now compatible with .NET Core.
    • Debug very large applications with large numbers of modules and PDBs.
    • Launch Google Chrome with custom arguments and debug your JavaScript applications all within the Visual Studio IDE.
    • Use Hot Path Highlighting for CPU and DotNet Object Allocation tools in the Performance Profiler.
    • Break when a specific object's property value changes in .NET Core applications using data breakpoints, a feature that was originally exclusive to C++.
    • Since Preview 1, we have updated the UI for searching in the Autos, Locals, and Watch windows with a simpler interface. The Search Deeper function has been changed to a dropdown so you can quickly select how deep you want your initial and subsequent searches to be.
    Source Control and Team Explorer
    • Temporarily store changes so you can work on another task by using Team explorer's Git toolssupport for Git stash.
    • Check out the optional extension available on the Visual Studio Market Place, Pull Requests for Visual Studio, that integrates Pull Request reviews into Visual Studio.
    • Use the new Azure DevOps work item experience that focuses on developer workflows, including user-specific work item views, creating a branch from a work item, searching for work items with #mentions, and inline editing.
    Extensibility
    • Use a single, unified Visual Studio SDK in the NuGet package Microsoft.VisualStudio.SDK.
    • Take advantage of our update to the VSIX Project to now include an AsyncPackage.
    • Experiment with a new Empty VSIX Project template that we have added.
    • Know if an extension is Free, Paid, or Trial, as it is now indicated inside the Extensions and Updates dialog.
    Web Technologies
    • Take advantage of the added support for working with .NET Core 3.0 projects.
    • Check out CPU profiling of ASP.NET.
    • Use snapshot debugger for .NET web apps running on Virtual Machines, Virtual Machine Scale Sets, and Azure Kubernetes Service.
    Mobile Development with Xamarin
    • Experience improvements to Xamarin.Android initial and incremental build performance.
    • Take advantage of enhanced productivity in the Xamarin Android Designer.
    • Check out the new property panel for Xamarin.Forms controls.
    • Improve performance through the shortened the workload size for Xamarin and improved the Android emulator.
    • Use Intellicode with Xamarin.Forms XAML.
    Universal Windows Platform (UWP)
    • Use the IntelliCode extension with XAML with the help of our added support.
     
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    Is it release ?
     
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    My official lunch date is everyday. :p
     
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  9. Chibi ANUBIS

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    Thanks is very nice :)

    More info : I have updated my download script, is more stable now.
     
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    Serial please...
     
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