July 2012 Update for Visual Studio 11 RC (aka Version 11.0.50626.1 QRELRC July 2012) Available for MSDN Subscribers (Looks like a pretty minor bug fix update...)
This article describes information about the July 2012 update for Visual Studio 2012 Release Candidate. This update is released to test servicing. Additionally, this article lists the issues that are resolved and the technology improvements that are added in Visual Studio 2012 Release Candidate.
Technology improvements and resolved issues in Visual Studio 2012 Release CandidateThis update resolves the following issues.
Issue 1When you use Visual Studio 2012 Release Candidate, the ImplicitHoverAction action is recorded unexpectedly for Windows 8 Release Preview.
Issue 2The completion list is not displayed in a workflow application in Visual Studio 2012 Release Candidate. Additionally, you receive the following error message:
An exception has been encountered. This may be caused by an extension.
Note If you close the error message window, and then you try again to type inside an expression field in the Workflow designer, the completion list again does not display. However, you do not receive another error message.
Issue 3When you try to generate dependency graphs for a Visual C++ Windows Metro Style app in Visual Studio 2012 Release Candidate, Visual Studio 2012 Release Candidate crashes.
Issue 4When you try to rename a file to the name of a deleted file, you receive an error message, and Project System becomes unstable.
This test update to Visual Studio contains minor setup changes and localization changes to improve the ability of Visual Studio to provide future cumulative updates.
- Microsoft Team Explorer for Visual Studio 2012 Release Candidate
- Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Express for Web Release Candidate
- Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Express for Windows 8 Release Candidate
- Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Professional Release Candidate
- Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Premium Release Candidate
Here's the before, install and after story