CLion 2019.3.2 Bug-fix Update

A new bug-fix update for the recently released CLion 2019.3 is now available for download! You can get CLion 2019.3.2 (build 193.5662.56) from our website, via the Toolbox App, or as a snap package (for Ubuntu). A patch update will be available shortly.


In this update, Clangd-based code highlighting was improved:

  • override and final keywords are now correctly highlighted:
  • In C11 code, when integers have suffixes with mixed lower/upper cases, the highlighting no longer fails:
  • std namespace usages from concepts library are now highlighted correctly.

Clangd-based code completion also got a few enhancements:

  • When completing a function with the default arguments, the cursor is placed inside the parentheses, not behind the closing parenthesis.
  • When generating function implementations via code completion, CLion now generates correct code in the proper context (CPP-18384).

Code coverage, which we introduced in v2019.3, has been updated to prevent situations when it runs out of memory on large test suites.

Thank you for your feedback on CLion’s WSL/WSL2 support! Taking it into account, we have made some updates to give you these improvements:

  • Indexing performance is improved thanks to more accurate work with the WSL file system.
  • An issue with detecting an openSUSE-Leap-15-1 distribution is fixed.

The following issues are also fixed:

  • Commands are now formatted correctly in GDB when using Arabic, Hebrew, or Hindi locales making the debugger work correctly.
  • External Tools for Custom Build Targets are now stored in project configs instead of system configs (where they cannot be shared in a VCS).

The full release notes are available here. If you are interested to know what’s coming to CLion in 2020, check out our roadmap.


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