CMake Profiles, which are used when building projects via CMake, can be configured in Settings/Preferences Build, Execution, Deployment CMake in CLion. These settings are now stored in cmake.xml in the.idea directory and can be shared in the VCS along with the project. Simply tick the Share option in the settings. Share CMake options via vcs-controlled settings files: Feature: CPP-3375: Ability to set CMake options on project open: Feature: CPP-18524: It should be possible to completely disable CLion's automatic reloading of CMake projects: Bug: CPP-16000: IllegalStateException when open project via compilecommands.json from the same root as CMakelists.
This is now possible with the new Enable profile option. There are several ways to disable/enable CMake profiles in CLion: In the CMake toolwindow, if the profile has failed to load, the Disable profile option is available: If you want to disable a successfully loaded profile, check the configuration pop-up menu in the CMake toolwindow. Clion cannot find any cmake profile CMake profiles - Help, You can quickly access this dialog from Find Action ( Ctrl+Shift+A ) (search for Currently, this setting does not apply to the case of creating a CMake You can set up any CMake generator available for your platform and use In CLion, there are two ways to specify compiler flags: either in CMake options of a profile, or right in the CMakeLists.txt script. Apr 12, 2021 An ability to share CMake Profiles in VCS. For Makefile projects: Initial support for remote Makefile projects. The Makefile Language plugin is now bundled into CLion. VCS Profile for pre-commit inspections. Git commit templates. Code With Me, a new JetBrains service for collaborative development and pair programming, is now bundled with CLion.
There is a piece of good news here. We are so happy to present the first MVP of the
PlatformIO plugin for CLion. Big thanks to JetBrains CLion Team, especially to @elmot for his amazing work.
This is not the final release. We just want to get some feedback and would be thankful if you help us to build a list with the most important features.
- Install the latest CLion EAP
- Download PlatformIO for Clion Plugin
- Install the plugin: CLion > Preferences > Plugins > > Install Plugin from Disk … > Select ZIP archive
- Upgrade PlatformIO Core to the latet 4.1.0 or above via
- Generate PlatformIO project for CLion using docs http://docs.platformio.org/en/latest/ide/clion.html
- Open a project with CLion and add
PlatformIOto configuration using CLion > Run > Edit Configurations… > [+] > PlatformIO > Give a name
Select “PlatformIO Debug” configuration and press “Debug” icon
Happy debugging with PlatformIO and CLion.
[R]icon (hot-restart) currently only resets + halts target, and does not move execution to initial breakpoint. This is will be fixed in the next version. A temporary solution is to put breakpoints in the code and press “Continue”.
CLion is a cross-platform C/C++ IDE forLinux, OS X, and Windows. CLion includes such features as a smart editor, codegeneration, code quality assurance, automated refactorings, on-the-fly code analysis,project manager, integrated version control systems and debugger.
Refer to the CLion Documentationpage for more detailed information.
Install PlatformIO Core (CLI). See Installation guide
This a temporary step and depends on CLion #CPP-19412: Automatically install PlatformIO Core
Download and install CLion IDE
Install official PlatformIO for CLion plugin.Open “Configure > Plugins” window and go to the “Marketplace” tab. Search for
PlatformIOand press the “Install” button.
Restart CLion IDE.
We also recommend to install Iniplugin that provides syntax highlighting, formatting, code folding, and viewingstructure for “platformio.ini” (Project Configuration File).
PlatformIO does not depend on “CMake” and uses own multi-platform build system.Project configuration, such as build flags, library dependencies, etc., should bedeclared in “platformio.ini” (Project Configuration File).
Please note that “PlatformIO for CLion” plugin does not update automatically CLionconfiguration. There is a feature request CLion #CPP-18367: Follow platformio.ini changes and update the project.
Update CLion configuration: “Tools > PlatformIO > Re-Init”
This is a known issue CLion CPP-19478: CLion does not handle “CMAKE_CONFIGURATION_TYPES” from CMakeLists.txt.A temporary solution is to manually configure project profiles in CLion.
Please open CLion Settings and navigate to “Build, Execution, Deployment > CMake”.Press “+” button and PlatformIO-based project profiles:
Clion No Cmake Profiles Facebook
CLion uses “CMake” tool for code completion and code linting. As a result, itdoesn’t support the Arduino files (
.pde) because they arenot valid C/C++ based source files:
Missing includes such as
Function declarations are omitted.
See how to Convert Arduino file to C++ manually.
This tutorial introduces you to the basics of PlatformIO for CLion workflow and showsyou a creation process of a simple “Blink” example. After finishing you willhave a general understanding of how to work with projects in the CLion IDE.
Please open “New Project” wizard, select board and framework, and create a newPlatformIO project. Please USE ONLY Latin characters (a-z) in a project name toavoid further issues with project compilation. Numbers and some symbols areallowed depending on a file system:
main.cpp(right click on a file
main.c, Refactor > Rename…) . Paste the next contents:
The code below works only in pair with Arduino-based boards. Pleasefollow to PlatformIO Project Examplesrepository for other pre-configured projects.
Open project configuration wizard and add
PlatformIODebugconfigurations (you can add the rest configurations if you need them):
Remove pre-task (“Build”) from
PlatformIODebugconfigurations to avoid double project building. You should see “There are no tasksto run before launch”.
PlatformIOUploadconfiguration and use the “Build” button for projectcompilation or the “Run” for a firmware uploading:
Please open CLion terminal and use Device Manager CLI. You can also configuredevice monitor per project using Monitor options.
Please note that you need to manually close/stop device monitor before firmware uploading.
“PlatformIO for CLion” supports Debugging which allows you to debug yourapplication with 1-Click without extra steps. Please select
PlatformIODebugconfiguration and press the “Debug” button:
Please navigate to the “Peripheral” tab in a “Debug” view, press the “Configure” iconand select registers to monitor. Close configuration window.
Currently, CLion does not load automatically Peripheral Register Definitions (SVD file)provided by PlatformIO. There is a feature request CLion #CPP-18369: Support CLION_SVD_FILE_PATH CMake variable to auto-find svd file.
A temporary solution is to open
CMakeListsPrivate.txt file from a root ofPlatformIO project and remember SVD file declared in
CLION_SVD_FILE_PATH“CMake” variable. Now press the “+” button in Peripherals Wizard and select SVD filementioned in
Currently, PlatformIO Home is not integrated into “PlatformIO for CLion”. See relatedfeature request CLion: CPP-19493 Integrate PlatformIO Home.
Nevertheless, you can start it manually and open in your browser. Please note that somefeatures do not work, such as project opening. Please open CLion terminaland run pio home command:
Further for reading:
Tutorials and Examples (step-by-step tutorials with debugging and unit testing)
CLion: Issue With Cmake Configuration Types - Stack Overflow
Happy coding with PlatformIO!