CLion 2016.1.3 bug-fix update

Anton Makeev

Hey there,

We are publishing CLion 2016.1.3 bug-fix update (build 145.1617) today.
A few notable fixes:

  • CPP-6013 Wrong “Binary operator ‘<<‘ can’t be applied” error message.
  • CPP-6254 Output for CLion IDE sometimes cuts off when executing a program.
  • IDEA-156750 Slow IDE launch on cellular network.

We are also bringing a new feature in this update:

Alphabetical sorting and type grouping in the Structure View

To open structure view for a file just press Alt+7 on Linux/Windows, ⌘7 on OS X. By default the order corresponds to the order in the original file. With grouping by type elements are shown in the following groups: namespaces, structures and classes, constructors/destructors, functions, fields, etc.

No sorting:
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Grouping by type:
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Grouping by type and alphabetical sorting:
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Full release notes can be found here.

The update is available for download from the site or as a patch via Check for Updates in the IDE.

Your CLion Team
JetBrains
The Drive to Develop

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13 Responses to CLion 2016.1.3 bug-fix update

  1. bughunter says:

    June 7, 2016

    There is no way to patch in the IDE for now. Only a button that links to the page for the whole package.

    • Anastasia Kazakova says:

      June 7, 2016

      Could you please try again now? Just call Check for Updates from the menu.

      • bughunter says:

        June 8, 2016

        No. Only four buttons: Download…, Release Notes, Ignore This Update & Remind Me Later.

    • Anastasia Kazakova says:

      June 7, 2016

      By the way, which version do you have currently?

      • bughunter says:

        June 8, 2016

        2016.1.2

        • Anton Makeev says:

          June 8, 2016

          Thanks for reporting, we added patched from earlier versions. Should be available in 15 minutes or so

          • bughunter says:

            June 8, 2016

            Works fine now. Thanks!

  2. Henry says:

    June 7, 2016

    Yay!!! This is a simple but awesome feature which makes my life easier.

    Out of curiosity, whatever happened the possibility of adding Valgrind support? It was a “maybe” on the last roadmap but never made it and it’s not on your current roadmap. While getting Python support was way more useful in 2016.1, seeing the possible Valgrind support got me pretty excited as well. Have you guys abandoned it for the time being?

    • Anastasia Kazakova says:

      June 8, 2016

      We’ll consider it later. We’ve decided to proceed with other features for 2016.2, for example Doxygen.

      • Henry says:

        June 8, 2016

        Thanks Anastasia! Doxygen is a more useful feature anyways. I’m already using it in the EAP and it is making my life a lot easier. I’m looking forward to the full rollout of 2016.2.

        Keep up the great work.

  3. Hong-Jie says:

    June 15, 2016

    The download link didn’t work. Don’t know if it is caused by the browser settings. I tried to download CLion by Chrome 43 with Javascript enabled.

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