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CLion 2018.2 released: clangd, Gradle and compilation database projects, Google Sanitizers, and database support

Since CLion 1.0 first came out in April 2015, it has been growing steadily. Still, there are many areas for improvement, and we feel a responsibility – both to our current customers and those still waiting for some critical functionality … Continue reading

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CLion 2018.1 is released: more C++17, WSL, CMake Install, new languages supported, and much more!

Please welcome the first big update this year, CLion 2018.1! It’s packed with various enhancements and cool new features for C/C++ developers on all platforms, and especially on Windows, plus a range of benefits for those who use C/C++, Objective-C … Continue reading

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CLion 2017.3 released with C++ support improvements, Valgrind Memcheck, Boost.Test and much more

Please welcome CLion 2017.3! This year’s third release of CLion managed to accomplish both missions – bring dozens of C++ language support fixes, and overhaul and integrate new tools like Boost.Test and Valgrind Memcheck. Besides, v2017.3 updates a number of … Continue reading

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CLion 2017.2 released: Clang-Tidy, Force Step Into, better C++ support and performance improvements

Please welcome the new release of your favorite cross-platform C/C++ IDE – CLion 2017.2! Focusing on C++ correctness and performance improvements, it also brings Clang-Tidy integration to expand the number of code analysis checks, a better way to get disassembly … Continue reading

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CLion 2017.1 released: C++14, C++17, PCH, disassembly view, Catch, MSVC and more

Please give a warm welcome to CLion 2017.1! Our first big update this year includes: Extended support for C++14 (in brief, all except constexpr are there!) First step towards C++17 support (nested namespaces!) First step to modernizing your C++ code: … Continue reading

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