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    Add VS 2017 to versions list!

    VS 2017 was recently released.... Needs to be added. I won't be using it until I get a new machine, because I never could get '15 on my computer, so doubt I would have success with '17
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    Re: Add VS 2017 to versions list!

    I just added VS 2017 and VS Code to the prefix.

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