CLion 1.2 EAP. new build (142.5239.6) is available

We are moving forward to the release with the next 1.2 EAP build available today. As usual get a patch update, in case you are using previous EAP build.

Find the full list of fixes and improvements in our tracker, and here we are going to highlight the most notable changes:

  • Windows users will be glad to know that we’ve updated supported Cygwin version to 2.* (was 1.7.32 – 2.0.* before).
  • False positive warning “Value escapes the local scope” is fixed (CPP-807)
  • __thread qualifier is now resolved correctly.
  • A bug with false inspection “Local variable might not have been initialized” for the class with implicit default constructor is now fixed (CPP-1865).
  • False syntax errors reported by CLion when using Catch unit testing framework are now gone.
  • CLion now handles correctly the return types of implicitly called conversion operators (CPP-3985).
  • In case you want to navigate to matching brace/parenthesis/bracket quickly, press now Shift+Ctrl+M on Windows/Linux or Ctrl+M on OS X.

Download a new EAP and give it a try. In case you find any problem, please, report it to our tracker.

Sincerely yours,
The CLion Team

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2 Responses to CLion 1.2 EAP. new build (142.5239.6) is available

  1. Anastasia,

    I would be extremely nice to support attaching to a gdbserver running on a device and also to specify a custom gdb binary. We are currently using a custom Eclipse clone provided by our supplier, but your IDE is much less cluttered. The only issue is debugging. Building with a Cmake toolchain file looks to be OK.

    • Anastasia Kazakova says:

      Thanks, this is in our plans for the future versions, most probably not 1.2. But for sure this is on the top.

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