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Starting with CLion 2022.2, all supported CMake projects can be created as CI (Continuous Integration) build. This means that they can be automatically built on all supported CI servers after every code change (after a code review, or if there is an error in the code).
Many Java developers may wonder about the lack of a JUnit 5 support and the functionalities provided by JUnit Jupiter. Those wondering are in for a nice surprise. JUnit Jupiter is now the default JUnit test runner for JUnit 5 in CLion.
Building whole projects for UEFI has never been easier in CLion. Now, you can configure the wizard to build an entire project inside UEFI, including package, libraries, bootloaders, and other. Thanks to this, you will no longer have to create build settings for individual projects manually.
JetBrains CLion Key is a cross-platform IDE for C/C++ development. Starting with CLion 2022.2, we will provide standalone versions of CLion on macOS and Linux. Users can download the macOS version from the CLion website, and the Linux version from our website.
EAP6 also contains several bug fixes including:
- Mixed code highlighting for C++ and Python languages
- Support for Windows Mixed Active Code pages in MSYS2 builds
- Support for CMake 3.17.2
- Fix of Visual Studio Code keybinding overrides
- Some bug fixes in CMake
- Various fix for CLion’s text and UI
The Projects panel in CLion allows you to see a list of projects that depend on the files that are currently open or selected. This lets you update and commit a code change in the right context, without having to click any files in the project.
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A new CLion 2022.2 EAP11 build, 222.3947.17, is available from our website, via the Toolbox App, or as a snap package for Ubuntu. If you are on macOS, there is a separate build for Apple Silicon (M1 chip). Those who are already using EAP10 can apply a patch to update to EAP11. DOWNLOAD CLION EAP11
A new CLion 2022.2 EAP12 build, 222.4086.21, is available from our website, via the Toolbox App, or as a snap package for Ubuntu. If you are on macOS, there is a separate build for Apple Silicon (M1 chip). Those who are already using EAP11 can apply a patch to update to EAP12. DOWNLOAD CLION EAP12 Enhancements to CMake caching. New UI for CMake cache variables. Ability to configure symbol servers when debugging on Windows. Auto import for the MSVC toolchain. Ability to view constant values in the Quick Documentation pop-up. UI for setting CMake
CMake is a leading project model in the C++ ecosystem. It also evolves quickly, bringing useful features like CMake presets to users. CMake presets are a way to configure and share CMake options. In CLion, settings required for building a CMake project are incorporated into CMake profiles, which have many settings in common with CMake presets and are also shareable via VCS. CLion automatically generates CMake profiles based on the CMake presets found in the project.
A new CLion 2022.2 EAP build, 222.3048.7, is available from our website, via the Toolbox App, or as a snap package (if you are using Ubuntu). If you are on macOS, there is a separate build for Apple Silicon (M1 chip). Those who are already using EAP4 can apply a patch to update to EAP5.
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We continued to analyze changes in CMake since v2019.2 and we are working on further enhancements. For instance, we ported our code to CMake 3.12 now, which means that the CMake features we use in CLion are now compatible with it.
We are happy to announce that we are officially supporting Go to definition in CLion at the moment. Just switch the Go to symbol option (CTRL+K) to
CLion can compile projects for you. If you are lazy, and dont like using the command line, and rely heavily on Visual Studio Code, then weve got a very nice assistant for you. Just right-click the project and select Build project.
CLion has a helper process. When you run Run all, CLion runs a helper process in the background. Just like how we can run integration tests with the xunit plugin or Jenkins file in the terminal. We can make it more accessible for you by adding a menu item. In this menu, it will look for a specific file in the project directory, and when it finds it, it will run Run all. By default, it runs all the files, including the test files. If that is not enough, there is a new checkbox in the run configuration dialog. When checked, it will run the test files as well. If you find that it takes a long time to start, to run all the tests, and you dont want to wait, you can add a run configuration to start a helper process. CLion will wait until the process finishes, and then show the results in the status area.
JetBrains CLion 2022.2 Features
- Supports CMake 3.6 and higher
- Support C++ 11
- Supports OpenMP 4.0 and higher
- Supports MSVC 2017 and higher
- Supports Linux and macOS build
- Supports Android API level 30 and higher
- Supports iOS 10 or higher
- Supports Xcode 9 or higher
- Supports IntelliJ IDEA 2020.1 or higher
- Supports PyCharm 2020.1 or higher
- Supports PHP 7.3 or higher
- Supports Delphi XE2 or higher
- Supports VSCode 1.27 or higher
JetBrains CLion 2022.2 System Requirements
- Mac OS X 10.11 or newer
- 64-bit processor
- 4 GB RAM
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