Author Archives: Anastasia Kazakova

CLion 2017.2 released: Clang-Tidy, Force Step Into, better C++ support and performance improvements

Please welcome the new release of your favorite cross-platform C/C++ IDE – CLion 2017.2! Focusing on C++ correctness and performance improvements, it also brings Clang-Tidy integration to expand the number of code analysis checks, a better way to get disassembly … Continue reading

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Webinar Recording: Developing C/C++ projects with CLion IDE and Conan C/C++ package manager

The recording of our July 11th webinar with Diego Rodriguez-Losada and Luis Martinez de Bartolome, Developing C/C++ projects with CLion IDE and Conan C/C++ package manager, is now available on JetBrainsTV YouTube channel. In this webinar we’ve discussed the process … Continue reading

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Live Webinar: Refactoring C++ code

This webinar will give an introduction to finding code smells and refactoring them towards cleaner code. It will show how to break down a refactoring into small steps that are easy to perform safely with the help of CLion’s powerful … Continue reading

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CLion 2017.2 Release Candidate 2

Hi, We are approaching the final steps towards the CLion 2017.2 release and today we are glad to announce CLion 2017.2 Release Candidate 2 (build 172.3317.49). Give it a try, and if you find any bug at all, please file … Continue reading

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CLion 2017.2 RC: C++ type casts in quick-fixes

Hi, CLion 2017.2 release is coming closer and today we are glad to announce Release Candidate build (172.3317.14). C++ cast operators CLion is able to indicate situations when user is missing a type cast. As a quick-fix (Alt+Enter), CLion suggested … Continue reading

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CLion 2017.2 EAP: force step into, PCH for MSVC and more

Hi everyone, Check the new CLion 2017.2 EAP build (172.3198.18). This build includes a couple of important improvements and enhancements to the currently available features. Force Step Into CLion 2017.1 brought disassembly view for debugger. It allows stepping into disassembly … Continue reading

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CLion 2017.2 EAP: fixes in C++ parser and Clang-Tidy integration, C++17 in the New Project wizard and more

Hi, Meet our new CLion 2017.2 EAP (build 172.3095.8)! Clang-Tidy integration improvements CLion 2017.2 EAP started with the Clang-Tidy integration. Clang-Tidy warnings are shown the same way as CLion’s own built-in code inspections. Similarly you can use Alt+Enter to apply … Continue reading

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CLion 2017.2 EAP: CMake Cancel and more

Hi, A new CLion 2017.2 EAP is now available (build 172.2953.14). C++ code analysis CLion supports va_* macros in a more accurate way now. This means less false-positive code analysis, like for example, incorrect unused code inspection (CPP-9748). Besides, CLion … Continue reading

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Live Webinar: Developing C/C++ projects with CLion IDE and Conan C/C++ package manager

This webinar will provide an introduction to developing large C/C++ projects using the package modularization and reuse offered by Conan package manager, and the power and convenience of the CLion IDE, using the CMake build system. It will be demonstrated … Continue reading

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C++Now trip report by JetBrains

It’s been a while since C++Now 2017 wrapped up in Aspen. As it was my first C++Now, I took some time to think it over before sharing my impressions. By the way, there are other trip reports: by Ben Deane, … Continue reading

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