It’s exactly two years today since we first announced the start of our C++ IDE. Do you remember those times? We sure got tons of exciting feedback:
To celebrate the anniversary, we have some exciting news for you: CLion 1.0 Release Candidate, build 141.352.13, is now available for download. (Since it’s a release candidate build, there is no patch-update from the previous EAP version.)
As you might guess, CLion 1.0 release is around the corner, so in these closing stages we are planning to concentrate on ensuring product stability. Your feedback in this regard will be crucial. If you find any bugs at all, please file an issue on our tracker.
One small fix we need to mention here. If auto-import in CLion doesn’t behave for you, please, report an issue to us and feel free to turn it off in settings: Editor | General | Auto-import. The pop-up with include suggestion won’t show up in that case, though you’ll still be able to invoke an auto-import when necessary using an intention action (
Alt+Enter). Mind several possible cases when completion finds symbols in wrong headers – if you accept such a completion, the wrong header will be included.
Please note that the release candidate build requires an active license, meaning you need to start a 30-day trial period to try this RC build. To see the list of the issues addressed in this build, please go to the issue tracker.
Stay tuned for the release: The final countdown starts now!
Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains CLion Team