CLion Starts the 2022.2 EAP: Colorized Ninja output, Embedded GDB Server Wizard, Updated CMake Presets Integration
CLion 2022.2 EAP starts with colorized Ninja output, embedded GDB server wizard, and updates to CMake presets integration.
CLion 2021.3 Goes Beta!
We are fast approaching the release – CLion 2021.3 has now reached Beta! Build 213.5744.5 is available from our website, via the Toolbox App, or as a snap package (for Ubuntu). No license is required, as this build is still free to use. DOWNLOAD CLION 2021.3 Beta CMake generator UI A new UI for setting the CMake generator was added to the CMake Profile settings page (Preferences/Settings | Build,
CLion 2021.3 EAP: Multi-threaded FreeRTOS Debugging, Ninja as Default CMake Generator, and More
CLion 2021.3 EAP was launched last week with an impressive list of things to try out: New type hints in the editor New debugger UI Parallel Stacks view Enhancements in toolchain and environment configuration Improvements to DFA and MISRA checks If you haven’t yet downloaded and installed the 2021.3 EAP, now is a good time to do so! Today we are announcing the second EAP build. Build 2
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 fo
CLion 2019.3 EAP: Ninja or Another Generator of Your Choice in CMake
Hi, A new CLion 2019.3 EAP (build 193.4697.8) is now available! Get it from our website, via the Toolbox App, or as a snap package (if you are using Ubuntu). A patch-update for anyone using the previous EAP build will be available shortly. DOWNLOAD CLION 2019.3 EAP CMake remains the most deeply integrated project model in CLion. However, from the very beginning, we supported only the Make