CLion 2023.1.3 Bug-Fix Update
CLion 2023.2 is planned as a quality-focused release and the free Early Access Program is now available! You can download free builds and try them out. Don’t forget to share your feedback with us! In the meantime, we’re continuing to improve v2023.1 with the CLion 2023.1.3 bug-fix update! Download build 231.9011.31 from our website, through the Toolbox App, as a snap for Ubuntu, or via patch from the IDE. DOWNLOAD CLION CMake: Cyclic dependency in CMake presets no longer causes CLion’s UI to freeze (CPP-33193). When opening a project in CLion for the first time, CLion’s Open Project
CLion 2023.1.2 Bug-Fix Update: Fix for Docker, CMake, Debugger, and More
We hope you’ve already tried the new enhancements in the CLion 2023.1 release, like disassemble on demand, vcpkg integration, and the experimental Clangd-based indexer. We’re starting to plan the 2023.2 version now, and you can already check out the preliminary roadmap. CLion 2023.2 is planned as a quality-focused release, but in the meantime, we’re continuing to improve v2023.1 with the CLion 2023.1.2 bug-fix update! Download build 231.8770.66 from our website, through the Toolbox App, as a snap for Ubuntu, or via patch from the IDE. DOWNLOAD CLION Docker toolchain: CUDA projects can
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! Download build 231.8109.222 from our website, through the Toolbox App, as a snap for Ubuntu, or via patch from the IDE. DOWNLOAD CLION The main improv
CLion 2023.1 Is Out! With Vcpkg, Disassemble on Demand, and Updates to New UI
CLion 2023.1 brings a solution for package management, takes your debugging experience to a new level, helps with QML coding, and includes a host of improvements for the new UI.
CLion 2022.3.3 Bug-Fix Update
A new CLion 2022.3.3 bug-fix update is now available! Download build 223.8836.42 from our website, through the Toolbox App, as a snap for Ubuntu, or via patch from the IDE. Here are the highlights of this update: CMake debugger: CLion now detects the CMake errors more accurately and shows the Debug hint in all necessary cases (CPP-31585). We fixed the case when the IDE fails to connect to the CMake debugger (CPP-31587). Unit Testing: We fixed an issue in the Catch2 integration to support versions 3.2.1 and higher (CPP-31805). Linker scripts: We fixed the parsing of bina
CLion 2022.3.2 Bug-Fix Update
A new CLion 2022.3.2 bug-fix update is now available! Download build 223.8617.54 from our website, through the Toolbox App, as a snap for Ubuntu, or via patch from the IDE. DOWNLOAD CLION The highlights of this update are: Reformat on save with ClangFormat works as expected again (CPP-30247). On Windows, CLion no longer breaks the project compilation with the Visual Studio toolchain when CMAKE_TOOLCHAIN_FILE is in use (CPP-29644). We fixed the incorrect code warning which happened for GCC toolchain on macOS (CPP-17646). Performance: We improved the performance of the code analysis
Looking Forward to 2023 in CLion
Today, we are ready to share our product plans for 2023, and especially, the upcoming 2023.1 release.
CLion 2022.3 Released!
CLion 2022.3 provides better user experience across the board, from projects with only a couple of C/C++ files to complex CMake-based applications.
CLion Bug-Fix Update 2022.2.4
The CLion bug-fix update 2022.2.4 is now available! Download build 222.4345.21 from our website, through the Toolbox App, as a snap for Ubuntu, or via patch from the IDE. DOWNLOAD CLION The main highlights of this build include: We’ve fixed several bugs in code analysis: The Unreachable code warning is no longer triggered incorrectly in the switch-case branch (CPP-29841, CPP-30409). The Condition is always true warning is no longer triggered incorrectly (CPP-29951, CPP-30291). The Value is only assigned but never accessed warning is no longer triggered incorrectly when accessing mem
Critical CLion Bug-Fix Update 2022.2.3
The urgent CLion bug-fix update 2022.2.3 is now available. In CLion 2022.2.2 we unfortunately introduced an issue that caused the IDE to crash when Python interpreters were configured (PY-56176). As the source code for the issue is located in a plugin bundled into CLion, simply updating the plugin doesn’t solve the problem. Thus, we’ve prepared a new CLion update with the fix for you. We are sorry for any inconvenience this has caused, and we are now reviewing our development and release process to make sure it won’t happen again. Download build 222.4167.35 from our website, via the Toolbox
CLion Bug-Fix Update 2022.2.2
The CLion 2022.2.2 bug-fix update has been released. Build 222.4167.25 is available from our website, via the Toolbox App, as a snap for Ubuntu, or via patch from the IDE itself. DOWNLOAD CLION Below are the highlights of this update: Refactoring: We fixed a bug that was causing a duplicate name to appear when performing the Rename refactoring (CPP-14772). Code analysis: We removed the incorrect Local variable is never used warning which appeared in the range-based for loop (CPP-30074). Toolchains: CLion now correctly collects compiler information for Clang-cl when cross-c