CLion Roadmap for 2022.3
Now it’s time to share what the team will be focusing on over the coming months and is aiming to deliver in 2022.3.
CLion Roadmap for 2022.2
Docker toolchain performance, GUI for CMake variables, C++20 Modules, LLDB integration enhancements, and more
CLion 2020.2: Makefile Projects, C++20, Enhanced Code analysis, Doctest, and Other Unit Testing Support Improvements
CLion 2020.2 covers a wider variety of C and C++ projects by introducing a top-voted feature – Makefiles projects support, and makes modern C++ coding easier.
CLion 2020.2 Release Candidate
The public release of CLion 2020.2 is just around the corner, but in the meantime please welcome CLion 2020.2 Release Candidate! To install CLion 2020.2 RC (build 202.6397.78), download it from the website, update from our Toolbox App, or use a snap package (for Ubuntu). Please note you need to have an active subscription or start a 30-day evaluation period to use CLion 2020.2 RC. No patches are provided for this release candidate, but you can expect a patch to update the latest 2020.1 build to the 2020.2 release version. DOWNLOAD CLION 2020.2 RC Code analysis for C++20: constrain a function'
CLion 2020.2 EAP: CMake Updates, C++20 Enhancements, Unit Testing, and More
Last week the CLion 2020.2 EAP introduced the super-useful dangling pointer analysis. Have you had a chance to try it out yet? Meanwhile, we’ve been moving forward with CLion 2020.2! A new CLion 2020.2 EAP build 202.6250.12 is now available for download. You can get it from our website, via the Toolbox App, or as a snap package (if you are using Ubuntu). A patch update is ready for anyone using the previous 2020.2 EAP build: DOWNLOAD CLION 2020.2 EAP C++20 support improvements We’ve updated the Clangd engine in CLion 2020.2, and fixed many crashes that happened in it on the C++20 cod
CLion 2019.3: A Quality-Targeted Release Focused on Performance and Some Long-Awaited Enhancements
Exciting news! CLion 2019.3, the last major update this year, has just been released! Improving the IDE performance and fixing major bugs are always a top priority for our team. In this update we have been focusing especially on improving the performance in specific areas, eliminating UI freezes (not all, but many of them have been melted away!), and enhancing the editor and the integrations for our users! To update to this version you can use the Toolbox App, snap package (on Ubuntu), our website, or the patch-update from the latest build of 2019.2. DOWNLOAD CLION 2019.3 If you ar
Support for C++20’s Concepts in CLion
Concepts are one of the biggest features coming in C++20, and knowing that, we’ve been thinking about supporting Concepts in CLion for quite a while. Enter Saar Raz with his C++20’s Concepts implementation in Clang! Long story short, we have been collaborating with Saar to merge his branch into our custom Clangd-based language engine in CLion, and started implementing some nice IDE features on top. Sounds ambitious enough, but we have thoroughly enjoyed the experience so far! A very early result of this collaboration was used by Saar in his CppCon 2019 talk on Concepts: We do recommend