CLion 2017.1 EAP: nested namespaces and various fixes
Hi, New CLion 2017.1 Early Access Program build (171.3780.24) is now available for download. You will get a notification about a patch-update in case you are using previous EAP build (171.3691.13). Download CLion 2017.1 EAP It's time for C++17! Great news! We've started C++17 support in CLion. Nested namespaces can now be correctly resolved and highlighted in CLion: (more…)
CLion 2016.1 released: Better language support and new dev tools
Hi, It's a big day today, since we are rolling out CLion 2016.1 release. Please, welcome! This is the version that was previously tagged 1.5 – we hope our new versioning scheme doesn’t confuse you too much. We’re nearly done with the announced roadmap, though some CMake items are left for future updates. Many extra features have also found their way into this release. Read on for more details, and then download and try the new version right now! C++ language support This release brings long-awaited support for variadic templates (C++11). With the related fixes in the function
More languages, more power: Python support
Hi, CLion is known to be a cross-platform IDE for C and C++. However, the first CLion 1.5 EAP build brought the Swift support to CLion and made IntelliJ-based Swift IDE on Linux possible. Recent CLion EAP build added support for Python. Let’s take a look at the features. Initial setup Getting started with Python in CLion is way more easier than starting with Swift, since the plugin is already bundled into the IDE and is on by default. All you need is to install Python SDK and point CLion to the Python interpreter for your project: Since CLion is using CMake project model as a basis,
CLion 1.5 EAP: new build brings Python, attach to local process and more!
Hi, It’s been a while since we published the previous CLion 1.5 EAP build. And we are happy to announce that a fresh build (144.3143) is now available for download. A patch update from the previous EAP build is also available. This build includes a lot of goodies, so let’s start looking at them. Attach to local process This long-awaited feature allows you to attach to the process running on your local machine and debug it with CLion. It works with GDB on Linux/Windows and LLDB on OS X. To search a process to attach you can use either its name or pid: More details are available in