A new release is here!
by Anastasia Kazakova
From the article:
With this year’s first update, CLion 2018.1, you get enhanced C++17 support (including structured bindings and if/switch with initializers), new CMake actions (like CMake Install), various editor improvements (breadcrumbs and more), and a more responsive editor.
Windows users can benefit from support for Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), which makes it possible to compile, run, and debug Linux-compatible binaries while working on Windows, and even run them with Valgrind Memcheck.
2018.1 version also comes with the bundled support for Objective-C and Objective-C++, Fortran and Rust plugins. Rust comes with Cargo build system and the debugger.