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 2022.3 Goes Beta
The Beta version of CLion is now available with the key improvements and changes that are expected in the upcoming 2022.3 release. Download build 223.7571.59 from our website, via the Toolbox App, or as a snap package (for Ubuntu). CMake debugger The debugger now works if event tracing for CMake profiling is enabled (CPP-30395). When you rename the CMake profile in the settings, the change is now propagated to the existing CMake Debug run configuration (CPP-30563). C++20 modules We added support for importing standard library headers. We added support for Microsoft C++ Standard Li
CLion 2022.3 EAP: C++20 Modules Now Supported!
A new CLion 2022.3 EAP build is available! Download build 223.7126.6 from our website, via the Toolbox App, or as a snap package (if you are using Ubuntu). If you are on macOS, there is a separate build for Apple Silicon (M1 chip). Update via patch if you are using the previous EAP build. DOWNLOAD CLION 2022.3 EAP In this EAP build you can find: Support for C++20 modules The ability to import and export profiling results A new way to work with projects in WSL2 Other fixes C++20 modules Modules are a new feature in C++20. They were introduced to reduce many of the problems associated
CLion Roadmap for 2022.2
Docker toolchain performance, GUI for CMake variables, C++20 Modules, LLDB integration enhancements, and more
C++ Annotated March 2022: Function vs. Type, Serialization in C++, DWCAS, C++ Modules in Visual Studio
We have all of the March news for you in our latest monthly C++ Annotated digest: Committee news, Serialization in C++, Metal in C++, releases