Not a joke – we have just released Cevelop 1.2.0 to give you the latest Eclipse Luna Service Release SR2 and Eclipse CDT 8.6. Feature-wise, the new CDT release includes many debugging improvements and the rename class refactoring now renames files as well. We also fixed a bug where custom formatter profiles were lost on restart and we reduced the maximum amount of memory Cevelop requests on 32bit systems from 2GB to 1GB.
Our C++ unit testing framework CUTE has been updated to version 4.11. This new release allows you to upgrade any existing project to a CUTE project. For a full list of changes, see the release announcement.
Just download Cevelop 1.2.0 or if you are already using Cevelop, you can also try to update your installation through Help → Check for Updates. Note that there are some issues with updating Eclipse products on Windows, so we recommend downloading a fresh copy. If you are running OS X, we also recommend downloading a fresh installation. All your settings are stored in the workspace so they won’t get lost.
For the next release, we have planned to include a brand new plug-in that helps you refactor char-pointers to proper C++-string objects.
— Mirko Stocker