Sigh.. I have both vs2013 and vs2017 open on the same project.
In 2017 an extension doesn't work.
But 2017 is easier in some things, like managing nugets.

All my coworkers use 2013, so I have to make everything works in there. And I have to use the one broken extension there.

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    I tried using Xcode 9 beta for the last while for our iOS projects. I made the mistake of creating a .xib view file, which then caused our CI server to fall over because Xcode 9 xibs are not backwards compatible with Xcode 8.
    I love Apple for stuff like this.
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    C#7 is awesome but vs2017 is shit. 😑
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