Is it possible to determine Visual Studio edition during c# compile time

To use MS Fakes shims, I had to conditionally exclude related tests  to allow easily bypass them on Community and Professional Editions of the Visual Studio.
#if !FAKES_NOT_SUPPORTED
[ TestMethod()]
Fakes related code
#endif
I tried to find does edition automatically pre-defined by compiler, but it’s not included in Conditional Compilation Constants

Furthermore,  these constants seems defined in VB only, and not in c# and not updated since VS2008.

The reasons are discussed in “Pre-defined Constants, preprocessor directives, etc… “

The “C# Language Designers” decided to not include constants in the fashion in which C/C++ allows them.  To allow some, or even one, would open a Pandora’s Box of voices suggesting new constants to be added.

But I disagree,  because if the limitation coming from VS , it should provide a way to  determine it in pre-condition.
The related article shows how to check installed Visual Studio on run-time
Unfortunately I didn’t find, is it possible to determine Visual Studio edition  during c# compile time?
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