My guess is the Studio 6 development team has plenty to keep them busy, but I'm wondering if there are any plans to add "features" to make C++ development any easier. Specifically either recognition of the .cpp extention, a check box to indicate C++; or use of the __cplusplus define to trigger a linker script? I did see a post somewhere where one chap had managed to get C++ working but hadn't posted details, so I know it is possible but not straight forward. If one simply created a main.cpp, and defines __cplusplus, there are compiler errors in some of the pre-defined code. So, although the compiler supports it, the IDE does not support it as I understand. Am I wrong?
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