CLion 2022.3 Goes Beta
The Beta version of CLion is now available with the key improvements and changes that are expected in the upcoming 2022.3 release. Download build 223.7571.59 from our website, via the Toolbox App, or as a snap package (for Ubuntu).
- The debugger now works if event tracing for CMake profiling is enabled (CPP-30395).
- When you rename the CMake profile in the settings, the change is now propagated to the existing CMake Debug run configuration (CPP-30563).
- We added support for importing standard library headers.
- We added support for Microsoft C++ Standard Library importable as modules (CPP-30782).
- We added support for modules that are defined in regular .cpp files and not just in a file with a module extension (.cppm, .ixx, .mxx).
- We added support for module names consisting of identifiers separated by dots (CPP-30794).
- We improved keyword completion for C++20 modules.
- We improved formatting for C++20 modules.
The option to run single files
A quick-fix to create a C/C++ File run/debug configuration is added to the notification about the file not in the project. Use Configure for the current file option:
- An issue with code completion for upper-case keywords has been fixed (CPP-30946).
- We improved the performance of the internal compiler information collection step which CLion runs after CMake reloading (CPP-29220).
- False C++20 range errors should now have been eliminated after the recent update of our Clangd-based language engine to a newer LLVM version. (CPP-28214).
You can find the full release notes here.
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