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 Bug-Fix Update 2021.3.1 and Roadmap for 2022.1
It’s time to announce the first bug-fix update and 2022.1 roadmap. We’ve decided that this time we’re fully dedicating the CLion 2022.1 iteration to bug fixes and making a quality release.
What Is Our Focus for CLion 2021.3?
It’s time to start the new development cycle, so let’s see what we will be busy with in the next 3–4 months.
What’s Next: A Roadmap for CLion 2021.2
CLion 2021.1 is now released along with the first bug-fix update 2021.1.1 addressing some of the most critical issues which unfortunately squeezed through our testing procedures. We do hope you are enjoying the update now and giving the new data flow analysis, Makefile and dynamic analysis in remote mode, and C/C++ postfix completion a try. We are listening to your feedback carefully and planning the upcoming bug-fix updates accordingly. It’s also time to move forward and see what CLion 2021.2 may look like! Special thanks Before we talk about the plans for the next release, let us first thank
CLion Today and Tomorrow: Plans for 2021 and Roadmap for v2021.1
CLion 2020.3 provides an enhanced debugging experience and more capable unit testing with CTest support, takes the first steps toward an in-editor experience for MISRA C and C++ checks, has improvements for Qt and Makefile projects, and much more. As you are giving this new version a try, our team is collecting and listening to feedback and preparing the first set of fixes for the 2020.3.1 update coming in a few weeks. We’re also drawing up our goals for 2021 and creating a roadmap for the 2021.1 release. Special thanks Before we talk about the plans for the next release, let’s keep up our tra
Aiming for more! CLion 2020.3 Roadmap
CLion has just been given a massive update from 2020.2, with Makefile project support, more C++20 features supported, new code analysis checks, Doctest framework integration, and much more. We have even more planned for the next release. Let’s take a look at what we have in store for the fall. Special thanks Before we move on to our plans for 2020.3, let’s follow our tradition of thanking everyone who has helped us identify various issues, usability glitches, and missing features during the Early Access Program. Thank you all! Without your contributions we would have never been able to have su
What’s Next: A Roadmap for CLion 2020.2
CLion 2020.1 has landed and has been followed up with its first bug-fix update, so it’s time to talk about our plans for the next release. Special thanks We have a good tradition to celebrate successful releases by giving our most sincere thanks to our Early Access Program users. Today we’d like to extend our special thanks to these fine folks who’ve been most active, along with a complimentary 1-year CLion subscription: Mansur Mustaquim Taw Moto Pavel Samolisov Tom Evers We’ll email you in the next few days with a code for getting a new subscription or extending your current one. If
Our Plan for Next Year and the 2020.1 Roadmap
This year’s third big update – CLion 2019.3 – has landed, along with its first bug-fix update, 2019.3.1. If you haven’t yet updated your CLion, now is a great time to do so. Before moving forward on to 2020, we’d like to give our most sincere thanks to our Early Access Program users! Without you we wouldn’t be able to catch so many annoying issues affecting the wide variety of C++ environments, and make CLion as good as it can be! Special thanks We’d like to present our most active EAP evaluators with a full 1-year subscription to CLion, which they can use to buy a new subscription or ext
What’s Next? CLion 2019.3 Roadmap
CLion 2019.2 landed just a few days ago. Do check it out if you haven’t yet! It’s got a lot of cool things for Embedded developers, an experimental debugger for the MSVC toolchain, a more flexible and reliable Unused Includes check, parameter code hints, and much more. Here is a fantastic video from Phil Nash to quickly take you through the key highlights. Meanwhile, we are moving forward and thinking through our future updates and the next release. But before we share our plans, let’s take a minute to give our sincerest thanks to the most active evaluators, who helped us make v2019.2 more
It’s now time for 2019.2! CLion roadmap
Hi, We’ve recently just released CLion 2019.1! It has been served up with several major improvements, like Clangd-based code highlighting, integration with ClangFormat, project-model-independent build targets and run/debug configurations (especially useful for compilation database and Makefiles projects), memory view in the debugger, injected languages, and not to forget of course some initial Embedded Development support. Release time is always exciting, and we are enormously inspired by all your positive feedback and kind words! There are still a couple of glitches and regressions, but
Moving into 2019. CLion roadmap
This year’s third big update – CLion 2018.3 – has landed just a few days ago! It’s all about Remote Development, CPU profiling, and better C++ language support. Following our good tradition, we want to thank those evaluators who have helped us ship so many goodies and still keep the release stable. Our special thanks go to: Oliver Stöneberg Michael Klatt Dmytro Nezhevenko In appreciation of your efforts, we are giving each of you a free 1-year subscription for CLion (to extend your current subscription or get a new one). You will receive a personal email with details on how to claim y