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Visual C++ Editions

Updated: October 2008

The following tables show the features that are available in different editions of Visual C++. An X in a cell indicates that the feature is available; an empty cell indicates that the feature is not available. Notes in parentheses indicate that a feature is available, but restricted.

NoteNote:

Documentation for features that are not available in Visual C++ Express or Visual C++ Standard Edition may be included in your documentation set.

Feature

Microsoft Visual C++ Express

Visual Studio 2008 Standard

Visual Studio 2008 Professional

Visual Studio 2008 Team System

32-bit x86 compiler

X

X

X

X

64-bit x64 compiler and cross-compiler

 

X

X

X

64-bit Itanium compiler and cross-compiler

 

 

 

X

Feature

Microsoft Visual C++ Express

Visual Studio 2008 Standard

Visual Studio 2008 Professional

Visual Studio 2008 Team System

Win32 SDK

(core only)

X

X

X

CRT library

X

X

X

X

CRT debug library

 

X

X

X

CRT source code

 

X

X

X

STL

X

X

X

X

ATL

 

X

X

X

MFC

 

X

X

X

.NET Framework class library

X

X

X

X

C++ Support Library

 

X

X

X

OpenMP

 

 

X

X

Feature

Microsoft Visual C++ Express

Visual Studio 2008 Standard

Visual Studio 2008 Professional

Visual Studio 2008 Team System

Graphical integrated development environment

X

X

X

X

Feature

Microsoft Visual C++ Express

Visual Studio 2008 Standard

Visual Studio 2008 Professional

Visual Studio 2008 Team System

Incremental Linker (Link.exe)

X

X

X

X

Program Maintenance Utility (Nmake.exe)

X

X

X

X

Lib Generator (Lib.exe)

X

X

X

X

Windows Resource Compiler (Rc.exe)

X

X

X

X

Windows Resource to Object Converter (CvtRes.exe)

X

X

X

X

Browse Information Maintenance Utility (BscMake.exe)

 

X

X

X

C++ Name Undecorator (Undname.exe)

 

X

X

X

ClStencil.exe

 

 

X

X

COFF/PE Dumper (Dumpbin.exe)

 

X

X

X

COFF/PE Editor (Editbin.exe)

 

X

X

X

MASM (Ml.exe)

 

X

X

X

Visual C++ Web Deployment Tool (VCDeploy.exe)

 

 

X

X

Spy++

 

X

X

X

ErrLook

 

X

X

X

AtlTrace

 

X

X

X

Devenv.com

 

X

X

X

Inference Rules

X

X

X

X

Command Line Tool (Vcbuild.exe)

X

X

X

X

Profile Guided Optimizations

 

 

X

X

Feature

Microsoft Visual C++ Express

Visual Studio 2008 Standard

Visual Studio 2008 Professional

Visual Studio 2008 Team System

Native Debugging

X

X

X

X

Managed Debugging

X

X

X

X

Remote Debugging

 

 

X

X

SQL Debugging

 

 

X

X

Feature

Microsoft Visual C++ Express

Visual Studio 2008 Standard

Visual Studio 2008 Professional

Visual Studio 2008 Team System

CSS Style Designer/Editor

X

X

X

X

HTML Designer/Editor

X

X

X

X

XML Editor

X

X

X

X

Source Code Editor

X

X

X

X

Windows Forms Designer

X

X

X

X

Data Designer

 

X

X

X

Resource Editors

 

X

X

X

Feature

Microsoft Visual C++ Express

Visual Studio 2008 Standard

Visual Studio 2008 Professional

Visual Studio 2008 Team System

Data Designer

 

X

X

X

Data Objects

X

X

X

X

Web Services

(Can consume Web services only)

X

X

X

Server Explorer

 

 

X

X

Feature

Microsoft Visual C++ Express

Visual Studio 2008 Standard

Visual Studio 2008 Professional

Visual Studio 2008 Team System

Extensibility Object Models

X

X

X

X

Code Model

X

X

X

X

Project Model

X

X

X

X

Resource Editor Model

 

X

X

X

Wizard Model

X

X

X

X

Debugger Object Model

X

X

X

X

Date

History

Reason

October 2008

Added content to the introduction to explain the table structure.

Customer feedback.

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