CLion 2023.2 EAP Starts Now!
CLion 2023.2 Early Access Program starts with Docker in WSL, support for new parameters from CMake 3.25, and attach to remote process.
CLion 2023.2 EAP2: New CMake Targets for New Files
CLion 2032.2 Early Access Program has just started with support for Docker in WSL, the ability to attach to the remote process for debugging, improved QML support, disassemble on demand, improved Memory View, updated bundled debugger versions, and CMake enhancements. Today we’re excited to share that a new CLion 2023.2 EAP build is ready for you to try. Build 232.6095.18 is available from our website, via the Toolbox App, or as a snap package if you are using Ubuntu. Update via patch if you are using the previous EAP build. DOWNLOAD CLION EAP Creating CMake targets when adding new files to
CLion 2023.1.3 Bug-Fix Update
CLion 2023.2 is planned as a quality-focused release and the free Early Access Program is now available! You can download free builds and try them out. Don’t forget to share your feedback with us! In the meantime, we’re continuing to improve v2023.1 with the CLion 2023.1.3 bug-fix update! Download build 231.9011.31 from our website, through the Toolbox App, as a snap for Ubuntu, or via patch from the IDE. DOWNLOAD CLION CMake: Cyclic dependency in CMake presets no longer causes CLion’s UI to freeze (CPP-33193). When opening a project in CLion for the first time, CLion’s Open Project
CLion 2023.1.2 Bug-Fix Update: Fix for Docker, CMake, Debugger, and More
We hope you’ve already tried the new enhancements in the CLion 2023.1 release, like disassemble on demand, vcpkg integration, and the experimental Clangd-based indexer. We’re starting to plan the 2023.2 version now, and you can already check out the preliminary roadmap. CLion 2023.2 is planned as a quality-focused release, but in the meantime, we’re continuing to improve v2023.1 with the CLion 2023.1.2 bug-fix update! Download build 231.8770.66 from our website, through the Toolbox App, as a snap for Ubuntu, or via patch from the IDE. DOWNLOAD CLION Docker toolchain: CUDA projects can
What’s Next? The CLion 2023.2 Roadmap
Wondering what’s going to keep our C++ busy in the coming months? Check out the roadmap for CLion 2023.2.
How To Debug C++ Code Efficiently: Disassemble On Demand
CLion 2023.1 brought the ability to explore assembly code even when the source code is available. A new Disassemble action has been added to improve your debugging experience, help you catch issues, and eliminate inefficiencies in the code. When debugging C or C++ code in CLion, you can explore the underlying assembly code. To open the disassembly view, right-click a frame in the debugger tab and select Disassemble. This opens the disassembly view side-by-side with your source code and highlights the current execution line in both. You can freely switch between debugging in the C/C++ and ass
CLion 2023.1.1 Bug-Fix Update: Critical Fixes for Rename, LLDB on Ubuntu, and QML!
CLion 2023.1 was released recently with the following key enhancements: Disassemble on demand, and other debugger enhancements. Integration with vcpkg. A new experimental Clangd-based indexer to speed up the Find Usages action. A huge update to the new UI. We found a few issues in the release, which we’ve addressed with this new bug-fix update, CLion 2023.1.1. If you haven’t upgraded to v2023.1, now is definitely a good time to do so! Download build 231.8109.222 from our website, through the Toolbox App, as a snap for Ubuntu, or via patch from the IDE. DOWNLOAD CLION The main improv
CLion 2023.1 Is Out! With Vcpkg, Disassemble on Demand, and Updates to New UI
CLion 2023.1 brings a solution for package management, takes your debugging experience to a new level, helps with QML coding, and includes a host of improvements for the new UI.
CLion 2023.1 Release Candidate
CLion 2023.1 is on its way, and the release candidate for v2023.1 is now available! To install CLion 2023.1 RC (build 231.8109.141), download it from the website, update via the Toolbox App, or use this snap package (for Ubuntu). You need an active subscription or a trial license to use CLion 2023.1 RC. DOWNLOAD CLION 2023.1 RC In this build, we fixed an issue in the new UI causing the CMake tool window to be hidden by default. The full release notes are available here. Give this build a try, and report any problems you find to our issue tracker. The final release is just around the corne
CLion 2023.1 Goes Beta
The Beta version of CLion is now available with the key improvements and changes that are expected in the upcoming 2023.1 release. Download build 231.8109.80 from our website, via the Toolbox App, or as a snap package (for Ubuntu). DOWNLOAD CLION 2023.1 BETA The main highlights: Docker improvements: A missing Docker image no longer causes exceptions and indefinite CMake loading in CLion, as CLion now tries to pull the image from the registry before loading CMake (CPP-32511). GDB pretty printers are now configured for the Docker toolchain (CPP-32432). CMake presets: Build prese
CLion 2022.3.3 Bug-Fix Update
A new CLion 2022.3.3 bug-fix update is now available! Download build 223.8836.42 from our website, through the Toolbox App, as a snap for Ubuntu, or via patch from the IDE. Here are the highlights of this update: CMake debugger: CLion now detects the CMake errors more accurately and shows the Debug hint in all necessary cases (CPP-31585). We fixed the case when the IDE fails to connect to the CMake debugger (CPP-31587). Unit Testing: We fixed an issue in the Catch2 integration to support versions 3.2.1 and higher (CPP-31805). Linker scripts: We fixed the parsing of bina