What is CLion?
Knowing your code through and through, CLion can take care of the routine while you focus on the important things. Boost your productivity with the keyboard-centric approach (Vim-emulation plugin is also available in plugin repository), full coding assistance, smart and relevant code completion, fast project navigation, intelligent intention actions, and reliable refactorings.
CLion is a tool in the Integrated Development Environment category of a tech stack.
Who uses CLion?
24 companies reportedly use CLion in their tech stacks, including energy2market, Zscaler, and Graphai.
335 developers on StackShare have stated that they use CLion.
GitDuck, Woodpecker, GitLive, biicode, and CodiumAI are some of the popular tools that integrate with CLion. Here's a list of all 5 tools that integrate with CLion.
Pros of CLion
Powerful refactoring, extremely smart IDE
Already one of the best C/C++ IDEs, even before launch
Clean, Sleek User Interface
Much faster and smarter than Intellisense
Vertically/Horizontally split windows
Great navigation, error messages and auto completion
Not a 20gb installation
It is best IDE
Like this one because of - not a 20GB installation
Free Flowing C++ IDE
IDE supports Python with all features of PyCharm CE
Very good Git plugin
Cheap, just 99 USD for the first year
- Smart Editor
- Code Generation
- Universal Environment
- Git, Mercurial, and Perforce support
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