Drop Visual Studio 2015 and use C++17
|Reported by:||wraitii||Owned by:||wraitii|
|Priority:||Release Blocker||Milestone:||Alpha 24|
Description (last modified by )
See also VS13 ticket: #5379
To compile SM68 (#5860), we need Visual Studio 2017. SM60 is compatible with both VS15 and VS17, so it's a good idea to change then.
To compile SM78 (#5861), we need C++17, which is supported in VS17 (but other compilers might have varying support). C++17 also has minor code incompatibilities with C++11.
Note that I'm unsure if SM60 and SM68 can be compiled with c++17, which means this would be a two-stepper.