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This powerful IDE helps you develop in C and C++ on Linux, OS X and Windows, enhancing your productivity with a smart editor, code quality assurance, automated refactorings, and deep integration with CMake build system.
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CLion Features

This guide will help you learn about the features available in CLion, a cross-platform C/C++ IDE. Visit the Docs & Demos section for more learning resources, and download the product to try it in action.

Start your project
To start working with your project in CLion, open an existing CMake project by simply locating the root CMakeLists.txt file. Alternatively, import a C/C++ project from an existing source, and CLion will create CMake files for you.

Another option is to check out source code from an existing VCS storage or repository. Git, GitHub, CVS, Mercurial, Subversion, TFS and Perforce are supported.

Smart editor

Intelligent code completion

With CLion you can code faster by making use of Code Completion. Start typing the name of a keyword, variable, function or class to get a list of matching suggestions. To save even more time, enter just the uppercase characters of a name (CamelHumps matching) or even any part of it (Middle matching). The IDE can also suggest completion options for symbols from external libraries and frameworks used in your project.

Code formatting
CLion keeps your code well formatted and compliant with the configured coding style guidelines. It works as you type, but you can also apply it explicitly with the Reformat Code action (press Ctrl+Alt+L), for either the selected scope or the whole project.

Code style is configurable in Settings | Editor | Code Style. You can set up the general configuration, as well as language-specific options (for example, C/C++, HTML or XML). The settings can be tuned individually for each project, if needed.

Code selection and comments
To select a block of code quickly in CLion you can place a cursor inside the block and press Ctrl+W as many times as you need to expand selection, from a symbol to an expression, to a line, to a logical block of code, and so on. To shrink the selection to a smaller logical part, press Ctrl+Shift+W as many times as needed.

After selecting a block, you can apply a block comment (Ctrl+Shift+/) or line comment (Ctrl+/) to it. And if you’d like to comment a single line, you don’t even need to have the line selected — just have the caret on it and press Ctrl+/.