CLion 1.2.2 Update is Out
Hi, While we've already started working on features planned for CLion 1.5, today we are happy to announce a bug-fix update, CLion 1.2.2. Download the newest version from the official site. Have you noticed our new brand?! Read more about it in our company blog. Talking about new features and fixes, we'd like to highlight: Search Everywhere Search Everywhere is now more powerful. In addition to IDE settings and actions, you can find C and C++ project symbols there as well: CMake As far as CMake support goes: We've added the latest CMake 3.4 to the list of supported ve
CLion 1.2.2 RC
Hi, We are nearly ready to publish the 1.2.2 update for CLion, that's why today we are rolling out the Release Candidate (build 143.1183). Download it from our confluence page or get a patch update, in case you are using previous EAP build. Several important fixes were included into this build: Includes with upper-case letters were not resolved on case-sensitive file systems. 'Align when multiline' option was added to CMake formatter settings list. When the option is selected arguments should be aligned one below the other. Otherwise continuation indent is taken into account.
CLion 1.2.2 EAP 143.1015
Hi, We've recently started the CLion 1.2.2 EAP. And a new week brings a new EAP build. Download it from our confluence page or get a patch update, in case you are using previous EAP build. Complete release notes are available by the link, while the most notable changes are highlighted below. CMake and project model New build allows you to use the latest CMake 3.4 in CLion. This version is not bundled yet, since the work is still in progress. However, an annoying bug with non-recognized include_directories was fixed in this EAP build (CPP-5079). This build also includes a couple of
CLion 1.2.2 EAP is Out
It’s been some time since we released CLion 1.2, and you are probably still evaluating the new features we've rolled out in it. However today we are glad to announce the start of Early Access Program for CLion 1.2.2. From the C++ side this build includes quite a lot of fixes and enhancements for debugger and language support: Debugger A problem with set value leading to a timeout because of the invalid MI response in GDB. Performance improvement for GDB when working with huge C arrays and STL collections. Language support Spellchecker not working in literals is now fixed.