CLion 2023.1 EAP3: Fixes for vcpkg and CMake
The new CLion 2023.1 EAP build is available!
CLion 2023.1 Early Access Program is live featuring vcpkg integration, an updated Attach to Process dialog, a new action for adding C++20 modules, support for QML syntax, and the ability to suspend and resume individual threads while debugging.
Today, we’re excited to share that a new CLion 2023.1 EAP build is available.
Build 231.6471.1 is available from our website, via the Toolbox App, or as a snap package (if you are using Ubuntu). Update via patch if you are using the previous EAP build.
Here are the highlights:
- Support for vcpkg received many enhancements and fixes.
- CLion now reloads CMake after installing the missing packages via vcpkg (CPP-31802).
- The Add packages to CMakeLists.txt action after the package installation now suggests copying the code to insert it in your CMake script (CPP-31814). The generated code itself was also improved.
- CLion now preserves the selected CMake profiles in the vcpkg settings (CPP-31869).
- We introduced several CMake integration updates.
- CLion now suggests reloading the CMake project if the build directory is missing (CPP-31643).
- We fixed the error where CLion didn’t show the debug suggestion for the failing CMake reload (CPP-31769).
- We fixed the clangd crash which made it impossible to show the inlay hints for
The full release notes are here.
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