CLion 2019.1.3 update

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Please welcome a new bug-fix update: CLion 2019.1.3! Build 191.7141.37 is now available to download from our website, via the Toolbox App, or via snap (for Ubuntu). A patch-update will be available shortly.

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Here are the highlights:

  • CLion can now work with header guards that use several define patterns (CPP-15736).
  • CMake 3.14.3 is now bundled.
  • The exception, when Google Sanitizers were launched from CLion, is fixed.

Full release notes are here.

Your CLion Team
JetBrains
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CLion 2019.1.2 critical bug-fix update

Hi,

A few days ago we published the first bug-fix update (2019.1.1) for the recently released CLion 2019.1. Thanks to our vigilant users, we’ve learned quickly that this build is affected by a very unpleasant freeze on IDE start when several projects are opened (CPP-16039, OC-18440). The IDE fails to recover in that case, unfortunately.

We are sincerely sorry for this and apologize for any inconvenience it might have caused. We’ve analyzed the source of the issue and will do our best to prevent such situations in the future.

If you are using v2019.1 (and especially 2019.1.1), we recommend that you update to the newest 2019.1.2 build, which is now publicly available. Download it from our website, via the Toolbox App, or via snap (for Ubuntu). A patch-update will be available shortly.

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CLion 2019.1.1 Bug-fix Update

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With CLion 2019.1 released just a couple of weeks ago, it’s already time for the first bug-fix update. Build 191.6707.62 is now available to download from our website, via the Toolbox App, or via snap (for Ubuntu). A patch-update will be available shortly.

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This update includes a few major fixes and enhancements:

  • This update fixes an annoying issue with the false redefinition errors shown by the clangd-based engine in several cases (CPP-15464).
  • For remote toolchains, the Cannot get compiler information error is now fixed (CPP-14477).
  • Move refactoring dialog (notifying about escalating the visibility) no longer hangs (CPP-15655).
  • In the newly added naming convention settings (Settings/Preferences | Editor | Code Style | C/C++ | Naming Convention), Upper_Snake_Case is now available as one of the options.
  • Bundled CMake was updated to v3.14.2.
  • Custom build targets and run/debug configuration are useful for compilation database projects, especially when using them to workaround Makefiles and other project models not natively supported in CLion. In this update we made the configuration process even more friendly – CLion now allows you to configure Custom Build Target right from the Run/Debug configuration settings dialog:
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The full release notes are available here.

Want to know what’s next? See our roadmap for CLion 2019.2.

Your CLion Team
JetBrains
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It’s now time for 2019.2! CLion roadmap

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We’ve recently just released CLion 2019.1! It has been served up with several major improvements, like Clangd-based code highlighting, integration with ClangFormat, project-model-independent build targets and run/debug configurations (especially useful for compilation database and Makefiles projects), memory view in the debugger, injected languages, and not to forget of course some initial Embedded Development support. Release time is always exciting, and we are enormously inspired by all your positive feedback and kind words!

There are still a couple of glitches and regressions, but we are planning to sort them out with the first bug-fix update. Right now, it feels like a good time to give our sincerest thanks to the most active evaluators and share with you all our plans for v2019.2.
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CLion 2019.1 is Here with Embedded Development, ClangFormat, Memory View, Injected languages, Custom Themes, and Much More

We’ve got great news for you! This year’s first major update, CLion 2019.1, is public!

To update right away, use the Toolbox App, snap package (on Ubuntu), our website, or the patch-update from the latest build of 2018.3. What are you waiting for? :)
CLion 2019.1 released!

As announced earlier, our main areas of focus this year are IDE performance, expanding Clangd leverage, and Embedded Development. This update makes headway in all three areas:

Read on for more details and check out this short What’s New video by Phil Nash:

We can provide you with a free 30-day trial to test out all these features for yourself before committing to a subscription.

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CLion 2019.1 Release Candidate is Here

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Please welcome the Release Candidate for the upcoming CLion 2019.1!

Download the build 191.6183.49 from our website, update from the Toolbox App, or through a snap package (if you are using Ubuntu).

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Please note that to use CLion 2019.1 RC, you need to have an active subscription (or start a 30-day evaluation period). No patches are provided for this release candidate, but you can expect a patch from the latest 2018.3.4 update to the 2019.1 release version.

Resync with Remote Hosts

In the full remote development mode, the CLion instance runs locally and synchronizes header search paths from the remote machine to the local host (to resolve the code correctly in CLion). Previously, we’ve triggered the synchronization of the header search paths on every CMake reload, which might be a time-consuming task. Now the resync is performed only when triggered manually, by calling Tools | Resync with Remote Hosts.
The registry option clion.remote.resync.system.cache allows you to change the behavior to the previous one, if you still prefer it.

Besides that, this RC delivers the following fixes and changes:

  • Clangd memory indicator is now turned off by default and can be enabled along with the JVM memory indicator in Settings/Preferences | Appearance & Behavior | Appearance | Windows Options | Show memory indicator.
  • When MinGW is used in CLion, user input is no longer duplicated in the output window (CPP-2580). Unfortunately, the issue is still present for WSL and Remote toolchain cases (CPP-15753).

The full release notes are available here.

Your CLion Team
JetBrains
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CLion 2019.1 Hits Beta

CLion 2019.1 goes Beta! To install CLion 2019.1 Beta (build 191.6183.6), download it from the website, update from our Toolbox App, or through a snap package (if you are using Ubuntu), or use a patch update.

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The Beta builds are sufficiently stable compared to the EAP builds, but some issues may still occur. If they do for you, please report them to our issue tracker. No license is required to use this build.

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This build brings the following fixes:

  • For Embedded Development:
    • Show detailed error when OpenOCD executable isn’t correct (CPP-15466)
    • When opening an .ioc file, suggest opening as a project (CPP-15532)
  • For custom targets: when a custom target is renamed, the corresponding custom run/debug configuration is updated accordingly (instead of invalidation)
  • A few fixes for Refactorings (CPP-13822, CPP-3811)

The full release notes are available here.
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CLion 2019.1 EAP: memory view and header guards style

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Introducing the new CLion 2019.1 EAP, build 191.6014.11! You can get it from our website, Toolbox App, or through a snap package (if you are using Ubuntu). The patches will be available shortly for those of you who are using the previous EAP build.

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Memory View

Hex view has been available in the debugger for a while already in the experimental mode (controlled by Registry cidr.debugger.value.numberFormatting.hex option and turned off by default). Now it’s time to introduce Memory View!

Memory View dumps the memory behind the pointer in the Debug mode. To invoke it, select a pointer variable in the debugger’s variables view and press Ctrl+Enter on Windows/Linux or ⌘Enter on macOS:
memory_view

During stepping, if you have memory view opened, CLion will highlight the memory changes that happen in the selected memory piece:
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We are still working on Memory View (including UI) and will be glad to listen to your feedback here in comments!

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Webinar Recording: Remote Development with CLion

The recording of our February 28th webinar with Phil Nash is now available on the JetBrainsTV YouTube channel.

In this webinar, we took a look at some of the remote development topologies that developers work with, explaining how CLion supports them.

The video includes the time stamps:
01:06 – Intro with all the topologies briefly explained
07:53 – Remote GDB debug sample
11:30 – Remote GDB debug configuration
15:37 – Raspberry Pi demo: remote GDB debug
21:21 – Full Remote Development
26:00 – Raspberry Pi demo: full remote mode
29:50 – WSL case
32:30 – Q&A

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C++ Annotated: October 2018 – February 2019

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There are dozens of great events, thousands of interesting discussions, and a huge upcoming C++ release all happening right now in the C++ world. For this issue we have included a collection of interesting and engaging stories to our regular edition of C++ Annotated, we hope you enjoy them, please let us know!

Today:
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