Please welcome the first big update this year, CLion 2018.1! It’s packed with various enhancements and cool new features for C/C++ developers on all platforms, and especially on Windows, plus a range of benefits for those who use C/C++, Objective-C / Objective-C++, Rust, and Fortran.
Read on for more details and get your free 30-day trial to evaluate all the new features and enhancements:
- Better C++ support: C++17
switchwith initializers, C++17 structured bindings, and some more.
- Clang-Tidy with options and .clang-tidy config support.
- Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) support: compile, run, debug, and run with Valgrind Memcheck.
- CMake: Install action, open non-CMake project in the editor, and templates.
- Editor enhancements: from code foldings to breadcrumbs and project scopes.
- VCS: partial Git commits.
- New languages: Objective-C / Objective-C++, Rust, and Fortran.
For a quick overview of the new features and enhancements, watch this video from Phil Nash: