Author Archives: Anastasia Kazakova

Introducing Phil Nash, Developer Advocate for C++, Objective-C and Swift tools

Phil Nash has joined us recently as a Developer Advocate for C++, Objective-C and Swift tools. Here we talk to Phil about his experience and interests and introduce him to all of you. Twitter: @phil_nash Blog: levelofindirection GitHub: philsquared A: … Continue reading

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CLion 2016.3 EAP: digit separators support

Hi, Another week brings another EAP build, 163.4830.5. Read the highlights below and give it a spin. As usual, your feedback is welcome in the comments section below and in our tracker. Digit separators, C++14 Since C++14 number literals may … Continue reading

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Rapidly find and fix failures with Undo’s plugin for CLion

Hi, Tracking down bugs is one of the most time-consuming parts of a developer’s job. Code almost never works first time and more often than not there are problems to diagnose and fix even once code is deployed. To help … Continue reading

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CLion 2016.3 EAP, build 163.4396.13

Last week we’ve started CLion 2016.3 EAP with user-defined literals support, CMake output window, C11 keywords completion and more. This week we bring a couple of important fixes to CLion 2016.3 EAP. Check the new EAP build 163.4396.13. Doxygen support … Continue reading

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CLion opens 2016.3 EAP: user-defined literals, CMake output, C11 keywords completion and more

Hi everyone, While we are still working on some changes in 2016.2 version and even backporting some compatibility fixes to 2016.1, this week we are also excited to announce the start of the Early Access Preview for CLion 2016.3, the … Continue reading

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CLion 2016.2.2 update is available

Hi, CLion 2016.2.2 is now available! If you missed the CLion 2016.2 release, find out more about its new features and download CLion 2016.2.2 on the What’s new page. And if you are already using CLion 2016.2.1, you’ll soon get … Continue reading

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C++ team is coming to CppCon 2016

Hi, We are happy to share that in two weeks CLion, AppCode and ReSharper C++ teams will join CppCon 2016 in Bellevue, WA, USA. The most famous event in the C++ world will gather hundreds of C++ professionals to discuss … Continue reading

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CLion 2016.2.2 EAP, build 162.1967.3

A week ago 2016.2.2 EAP build introduced new code style settings, C11 keywords support and improved autocompletion for directives. Today we are making another 2016.2.2 EAP, build 162.1967.3, available for download. Patch-update is available in case you are using previous … Continue reading

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C++ Annotated: Jun – Aug 2016

Today we are happy to share our next compilation of C++ news with you. Subscribe to the regular C++ Annotated and be the first to get the next edition! C++ Annotated: June – August 2016 In this edition: Interviews Conferences … Continue reading

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CLion 2016.2.2 EAP

Another bug-fix update to the recently released major CLion update is going to come soon. That means that today we are starting Early Access Program for CLion 2016.2.2, build 162.1889.3 is now available. Code style: label indentation settings This build … Continue reading

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