CLion 2022.1 Release Candidate
We are approaching the release, and the CLion 2022.1 Release Candidate is now available for download. To install CLion 2022.1 RC (build 221.5080.169), download it from the website, update from our Toolbox App, or use this snap package (for Ubuntu). You can also update from CLion 2022.1 Beta via a patch.
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Updated Inlay Hints settings
CLion makes code easier to read thanks to parameter and type hints shown in the editor. The settings in Settings/Preferences | Editor | Inlay Hints are now enhanced with some explanations and code examples:
- A new setting was added to Settings/Preferences | Advanced Settings | CMake that allows the user to disable CMake Presets integration. It’s enabled by default, which means CLion will create CMake profiles by default for each CMake configuration and build preset found.
- CLion can now correctly highlight the CUDA
- Type hints for iterators were improved (CPP-28696).
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