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CLion 2024.1 EAP 6: Fixes for the Debugger and CMake Quick Documentation

The CLion 2024.1 EAP 6 build (241.14494.102) is now out! It’s available from our website, via the Toolbox App, or as a snap package if you’re using Ubuntu.

The highlights:

  • Enhancements to the debugger:
    • Pointers presentation fixed in the debugger (CPP-37903).
    • Variables not present in the source files were removed from the debugger view (CPP-37898).
    • Step into now switches to the top frame (CPP-37870).
  • Broken CMake documentation presentation has now been fixed (CPP-37510, CPP-37575).

If you use the CLion Nova engine, then you’ll benefit from the following improvements:

  • The lightbulb for context and intention actions is back (CPP-35929).
  • We added support for NOLINT/NOLINTNEXTLINE comments to disable new language engine inspections, but there are still some unsupported cases (RSCPP-35493).
  • Several regressions were addressed that led to the editor lagging and high CPU usage (CPP-37813, CPP-37731).

Full release notes.


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