CLion takes a lot of the toil out of C++,
allowing me to concentrate on the interesting
part: problem solving.
Thanks to native C and C++ support, including modern C++ standards, libc++ and Boost, CLion knows your code through and through and takes care of the routine while you focus on the important things.
Instantly navigate to a symbol's declaration or context usages, search through the whole project for a class, file or symbol by its name, find your way through the code base with structure and hierarchical views.
Add class members, override/implement functions, generate constructors/destructors, getters/setters, equality, relational and stream output operators, wrap a block of code with a statement, or generate a declaration from actual usage - all via simple keyboard shortcuts.
Rename symbols, move members up/down the hierarchy, change function signature, and be sure CLion’s automated refactorings will accurately propagate the appropriate changes throughout your code.
With CLion, you can create code that's beautiful and correct at the same time. Potential code issues are identified instantly...
...and fixed as you type! Be sure all the proper changes are handled automatically by CLion.
CLion also performs Data Flow analysis to find out all the cases of the unreachable code, infinite recursion and more.
Investigate and solve problems with ease through CLion's friendly debugger user interface with GDB or LLDB available as a backend.
Attach to local processes or debug remotely. Check disassembly view when sources are not available.
Get the complete view of your project with variable values shown right in the editor as you debug.
Inspect the state of all the variable for a chosen function in the stack frame, or monitor variable/expression changes during the debug session.
Evaluate result of a function call or some complicated expression when stop at some execution point in the debug session.
CLion works with CMake, Gradle C++ and compilation database project models, using all the information from there during code editing and refactorings.
To help you focus on code and raise your productivity, CLion has keyboard shortcuts for nearly all its features, actions and commands.
Vim fans are welcome to install the Vim-emulation plugin.
Everything you need for your everyday development is included: all popular VCS (Subversion, Git, GitHub, Mercurial, CVS, and Perforce), Google Test, Boost.Test and Catch frameworks for unit testing, Doxygen and Database tools.
With embedded terminal, run any command without leaving the IDE: locally or remotely using the SSH protocol.
After editing your code locally, build, run or debug your application or unit tests locally or remotely.
For projects using CUDA C and C++, CLion can now do a lot more than parsing and highlighting the code correctly. It includes a new option in the New Project wizard, supports CUDA file extensions and CMake targets, and adds code completion suggestions for angle brackets for kernel calls.
Code completion now works in Clangd-only mode, and Data Flow Analysis has been ported to the Clangd-based engine.
For both Clang-Tidy and ClangFormat, CLion now automatically detects the config files in the project folder and automatically switches to them.
In CMake, Custom Target, and Gradle Applications configurations, we have enabled Macros and Path Variables. They work nicely with a new input redirection ability added to these configurations. Additionally, Remote GDB Server and Embedded GDB Server configurations now work with custom targets.
CLion is fantastic, finally the C++ high quality cross-platform IDE with CMake as first class build system we were waiting for.
Both of these tools (CLion and Rider) help our team on a daily basis, allowing developers to perform their tasks quickly and efficiently, all the while seamlessly integrating with numerous parts of our pipeline.
I would like to take this moment to say, CLion has quickly become my favorite IDE for C/C++. It just works. #jetbrains #CLion
Really liking @clion_ide for a new C++ project: lightweight, responsive, useful, good integrations. And most important, great vi emulation.