JetBrains Rider 2020.3 Help


File | Settings | Languages and Frameworks | C++ | Clang-Tidy

On this page, you can configure Clang-Tidy integration.

Enable clang-tidy support Lets you enable or disable Clang-Tidy integration.
List of enabled/disabled clang-tidy checks The -checks command line option of the Clang-Tidy binary is used to pass the list of enabled checks, which then gets appended to the value of the checks option read from the Clang-Tidy config.
Additional clang command line arguments Arguments specified in this field are appended to the list of arguments passed to the Clang-Tidy binary.
Reformat changed code after applying Clang-Tidy fix-its By default, JetBrains Rider will reformat code changed by Clang-Tidy fixes to maintain the code style.
You can disable this setting to speed up the execution of Clang-Tidy fixes and bulk-reformat the modified code later.
Clang-tidy executable to use By default, JetBrains Rider uses built-in binary of Clang-Tidy 11. You can make JetBrains Rider use any other Clang-Tidy binary (version 7 or later).
  • Bundled - Built-in Clang-Tidy from LLVM 11.0.0.

  • Find in %PATH% - Clang-Tidy found in the location specified in the %PATH% environment variable.

  • Custom - Specific Clang-Tidy executable.

Use a specific clang-tidy configuration file Specify a path to the specific Clang-Tidy configuration file. Its content will be converted into a command-line argument and passed to Clang-Tidy.
Last modified: 09 December 2020