CLion 2018.2.4 bug-fix update

Anastasia Kazakova


CLion 2018.2.4 bug-fix update, build 182.4505.18, is now available for download!

You can download it from our website, use Toolbox app or snap packages (in the case of Ubuntu) to update. A patch-update will be available shortly for those using CLion 2018.2.3.

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This build addresses the following issues:

  • Incorrect braces were added to the if clause, when autocompleting the if clause before that one (CPP-12049).
  • A few issues with the diff dialog (CPP-12881, CPP-13350).

Besides, CLion now bundles CMake 3.12.2.

Full release notes are available by the link.

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7 Responses to CLion 2018.2.4 bug-fix update

  1. John says:

    September 19, 2018

    When fix this bug? It’s very misleading and annoying.

    • Anastasia Kazakova says:

      September 19, 2018

      I understand you, the issue is indeed is uncomfortable. We’ll see where we can fit it in our schedule. Meanwhile, feels free to upvote (if not yet).

  2. John R says:

    September 19, 2018

    Windows Defender on Windows 10 Pro has quarantined ctest.exe during update. False positive?



    • Anastasia Kazakova says:

      September 19, 2018

      Yes. This is just a test program to check the Toolchains configuration.

  3. Tano says:

    September 19, 2018

    Please please fix really silly bugs, you guys are talking about big stuff but there are some very silly bugs in production.
    Find window: IDEA-199059, CPP-14210
    The debugger is full of small annoying bugs: CPP-13640, CPP-13262, CPP-13448, IDEA-195289 and the most annoying at all CPP-13954.

    I understand that some of them takes time but for example CPP-13954 should not be that easy. It’s very painful to just simple “quick watch” a variable in debugger because of other bugs (the tooltip is not working correctly, etc)
    Thank you

    • Tano says:

      September 19, 2018

      “should not be that HARD” 🙂

    • Eldar Abusalimov says:

      September 20, 2018

      Hi Tano,
      Some of these are already fixed in the 2018.3 EAP, please give it a try.


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