|Visual Studio 2017 version 15.5|
Several Standard Library features have been added, deprecated or removed in accordance with the C++17 standard. For more information see C++ conformance improvements in Visual Studio.
New experimental features
Experimental support for the following parallel algorithms:
The signatures for the following parallel algorithms are added but not parallelized at this time; profiling showed no benefit in parallelizing algorithms that only move or permute elements:
|When /sdl is enabled, the compiler generates code to perform these checks at run time:|
Enables the strict mode of /GS run-time buffer overrun detection, equivalent to compiling with #pragma strict_gs_check(push, on).
Performs limited pointer sanitization. In expressions that do not involve dereferences and in types that have no user-defined destructor, pointer references are set to a non-valid address after a call to delete. This helps to prevent the reuse of stale pointer references.
Performs class member initialization. Automatically initializes all class members to zero on object instantiation (before the constructor runs). This helps prevent the use of uninitialized data associated with class members that the constructor does not explicitly initialize.
#pragma warning(disable: 4996)right at the beginning.
|Including <execution> now emits “warning STL4019: Parallel algorithms support is experimental in this release of Visual C++. Object files and static libraries that include <execution> may need to be rebuilt to link with a future update of Visual C++, and programs using <execution> may not run on Windows XP. This warning will be removed when parallel algorithms support is completed in a future update. You can define _SILENCE_PARALLEL_ALGORITHMS_EXPERIMENTAL_WARNING to acknowledge that you have received this warning.” |
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