Microsoft has announced it is making it easier to un-scrambles Visual Studio.
The company said today that it will make it possible to unpack and unpack Visual Studio projects in Visual Studio 2015, 2016, and 2017, as well as in Visual Basic and Visual C++, while maintaining the original version of the Visual Studio and its dependencies.
It’s also said to be making it possible for developers to reuse Visual Studio code in Visual C#, Visual C++) and Visual Studio Code, a popular IDE that Microsoft uses to create its Windows apps.
As part of the announcement, Microsoft said it will also be adding new tools and functionality to help developers debug Visual Studio issues.
The company says it’s also releasing a free extension to Visual Studio called Unscrap.
This isn’t the first time Microsoft has introduced these features to help fix bugs or to improve debugging.
A couple of years ago, Microsoft rolled out Visual Studio Debugger to help debug Visual C and Visual Basic applications.