CLion 2023.1.1 Bug-Fix Update: Critical Fixes for Rename, LLDB on Ubuntu, and QML!
CLion 2023.1 was released recently with the following key enhancements:
- Disassemble on demand, and other debugger enhancements.
- Integration with vcpkg.
- A new experimental Clangd-based indexer to speed up the Find Usages action.
- A huge update to the new UI.
We found a few issues in the release, which we’ve addressed with this new bug-fix update, CLion 2023.1.1. If you haven’t upgraded to v2023.1, now is definitely a good time to do so!
The main improvements are:
- When CLion was installed via snap, the built-in LLDB debugger was failing to launch on Ubuntu due to a permissions error (CPP-31989). This has been fixed, so you can now safely install via snap.
- Using the Rename refactoring on a local variable was not updating all of the usages (CPP-32581). The issue was caused by the changes we made to improve navigation speed (CPP-32189), but they affected other functionality. We’ve disabled the changes for now to make sure the Rename refactoring works correctly, and we’ll spend some time in 2023.2 to re-implement the performance improvement.
Full release notes are here.
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