CLion 2017.3 Release Candidate 2
Welcome the 2nd release candidate (build 173.3727.83) for CLion 2017.3! We’re getting really close to the release day and we’re looking forward to hearing your feedback.
Please note that to use CLion 2017.3 RC2 you need to have an active subscription (or start a 30-day evaluation period).
The build addressed several issues with code analysis when the Eigen library is used and polishes the UI in the Valgrind tab. Release notes are available by the link.
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