With CLion 2019.1 released just a couple of weeks ago, it’s already time for the first bug-fix update. Build 191.6707.62 is now available to download from our website, via the Toolbox App, or via snap (for Ubuntu). A patch-update will be available shortly.
This update includes a few major fixes and enhancements:
- This update fixes an annoying issue with the false redefinition errors shown by the clangd-based engine in several cases (CPP-15464).
- For remote toolchains, the Cannot get compiler information error is now fixed (CPP-14477).
- Move refactoring dialog (notifying about escalating the visibility) no longer hangs (CPP-15655).
- In the newly added naming convention settings (Settings/Preferences | Editor | Code Style | C/C++ | Naming Convention), Upper_Snake_Case is now available as one of the options.
- Bundled CMake was updated to v3.14.2.
- Custom build targets and run/debug configuration are useful for compilation database projects, especially when using them to workaround Makefiles and other project models not natively supported in CLion. In this update we made the configuration process even more friendly – CLion now allows you to configure Custom Build Target right from the Run/Debug configuration settings dialog:
The full release notes are available here.
Want to know what’s next? See our roadmap for CLion 2019.2.
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