CLion 2023.2.2 Bug-Fix Update
The CLion bug-fix update 2023.2.2 is now available!
This update’s main highlights include:
- We fixed the Clangd memory leakage (CPP-33894).
- We fixed the issue that caused the Visual Studio C++ toolchain environment to load in an incorrect order when the environment file is used (CPP-34153).
- Conan’s CMakeUserPresets.json file no longer breaks the project on reload (CPP-34818).
You can read the full release notes here.
What’s coming next
Are you interested in what’s coming next? The CLion 2023.3 roadmap includes overall improvements to IDE performance and quality, LLM-based improvements, Meson and Bazel support, the ability to inspect assembly without a debug session, and other enhancements. Read this blog post for more details.
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