It’s better than Apple’s approach to block using old Xcode on newer OS X, at least

At home, I have Visual Studio 2010 Premium(?) and 2013 Express.
If I bring project file created and built using VS 2012 to home and tries to build with VS 2010 ( of course, I change settings in a project file to use 2010 toolset. ), it still fails and some error messages are not quite clear.
For example, __report_rangecheckfailure error is specific to VS 2012 and later project files.

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/vstudio/en-US/7abc7f63-c3a6-4a55-babc-6914870d4959/unresolved-external-symbol-reportrangecheckfailure?forum=vcgeneral

It’s odd. But you can set it even for VS 2010.

Well, there are people who hate VS. But I like VS more overall ( especially Xcode 4 and later.. )
Apple prevents from using older Xcode on newer OS X.

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