A new early access build for CLion 2017.2 (172.2273.4) is available.
While inspecting arrays during debug, you might notice there was a limit of 50 elements shown by default. To see more user had to explicitly expand the next 50 elements. This was done to reduce performance issues. However, sometimes a few elements with big indexes are needed, and it’s quite tiresome to click expand several times in a row.
In order to provide a solution to the problem, we’ve added a registry value to control the default number of composite value’s children:
A few other issues were resolved in CLion’s GDB driver:
- Debugger showed command time out when trying to attach to a non-existent local process.
- Backslashes in program arguments on Windows were escaped incorrectly.
- Conditional breakpoints were disabled because of the GDB bug (CPP-9336). A workaround was implemented in CLion.
Includes paths on Windows
Includes paths on Windows were fixed to support absolute paths, paths with multiple backslashes and paths related to the root of the working disk.
Find full release notes here.
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