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Reading C++ Code with Ease

Programmers often spend more time reading code than writing it. Your own program logic is difficult to figure out at times, not to mention trying to understand someone else’s code! Modern C++ makes this even more complicated. Try to guess … Continue reading

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ReSharper C++ 2019.3: C++20 Concepts, Type Hints, Sorting of #includes, and more

Please welcome ReSharper C++ 2019.3, our third and final update of this year! ReSharper C++ 2019.3 introduces support for new C++20 features including Concepts, one of the most significant language changes in C++20. Type hints in the editor make your … Continue reading

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C++20 and ReSharper C++

In July of this year, in the German city of Cologne, the ISO WG21 committee approved the full draft of C++20. After Belfast, in November, we now have just one more meeting (in Prague) to deal with national body comments … Continue reading

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Unreal Engine support in ReSharper C++ 2019.2

We’ve just released the 2019.2 version of ReSharper C++, which has some great new features and updates for general C++ usage, with major improvements to indexing speed, usability improvements in code completion, updated code hints, C++20 support and much more. … Continue reading

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ReSharper C++ 2019.2: Faster indexing, improved C++20 support, new code analysis checks, and better Unreal Engine support

Please welcome the second major update of this year – ReSharper C++ 2019.2 – with many great new additions! The long ongoing work on speeding up the indexing has finally come to fruition in this product release. We’ve significantly enhanced … Continue reading

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Better Ways to Test with doctest – the Fastest C++ Unit Testing Framework

Which C++ unit testing framework do you use? In this guest blog post, Viktor Kirilov shares how Doctest, a new C++ testing framework he contributes to, is better than others. Viktor Kirilov GitHub @KirilovVik Viktor is a huge fan of … Continue reading

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ReSharper C++ 2019.1: More Responsive, Better for Unreal Engine, and with New Language Features

This year’s first major update – ReSharper C++ 2019.1 – is finally here! Explore the dozens of significant performance improvements inside, as well as dedicated support for Unreal Engine 4, more flexible integration with Clang-Tidy, naming conventions, and the new … Continue reading

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C++ Quiz from C++ Russia 2019

Hi, We’ve recently visited a fantastic C++ Russia conference in Moscow. It gathered about 600 developers from Russia and the CIS, and several international speakers, with keynotes by Nico Josuttis and two days full of great talks. And we also … Continue reading

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ReSharper C++ 2019.1 for Unreal Engine: UE4 naming convention and completion for reflection specifiers

We’ve recently told you about a few major improvements in ReSharper C++ 2019.1 for those who develop games on Unreal Engine: Part I: Performance improvements: faster cold startup times, better memory utilization, and new settings to tweak ReSharper’s indexing behavior … Continue reading

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ReSharper C++ 2019.1 for Unreal Engine: Remote Procedure Calls

In this series of blog posts, we talk about some specific features for those who develop games with Unreal Engine: Part I: Performance improvements: faster cold startup times, better memory utilization, and new settings to tweak ReSharper’s indexing behavior. Part … Continue reading

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