The awesome fellows at Jet Brains have announced the immediate availability of CLion 2016.1 Release Candidate for evaluation use. This release is a minor update over the previous version CLion 1.5.
One of the things you will immediately notice is the change in the naming convention. According to this blog post, CLion’s will get more frequent updates based on the subscription model. This new version which gravitates away from the previous major/minor release reflects the new system in place.
CLion is a cross-platform IDE for C and C++ available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X users. It comes with native support for native C and C++ as well as the C++11 standard, libc++ and Boost. It supports code generation, automated refactoring and integrated code analysis.
Also included in the package is an integrated A debugger or debugging tool is a computer software application that is used to test and debug other programs. The software tool is used to track and pinpoint the source of bugs, bottlenecks, and other potential issues within the program being tested.... More, automated integration with CMake and out of the box support for version control systems like Subversion, Git, GitHub, Mercurial, CVS, TFS and Perforce through a plugin. Google Test framework is also supported natively.
What’s new in CLion 2016.1 Release Candidate?
Seeing this is a minor update to the previous version, there is not much new other than a series of In computing technology, a bug is an unintentional coding error in a computer application program, hardware device or operating system. Bugs can typically cause annoying computer glitches, or cause more serious problems including life-threatening situations. In 2018 and 2019 a bug in the sensor on the Boeing 737 Max caused Lion Air Flight 610 and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 to... More fixes and a couple of cosmetic touches. As mentioned earlier, the biggest noticeable feature is the change in naming conventions.
You can go over to the IDE download page to get a copy of CLion 2016.1 Release Candidate for your platform and do a test run at least until the final version is released to subscribers.