Hi, I'm using latest CLion version, with default code completion settings. Code completion is great. but when it suggests alternatives for standard types, the order puzzles me.
If I type "bool a = f" the code completion pops up, but "false" isn't even visible in the window. If I type "fa", "false" is there, but as the third alternative, after "faccessat" and "false_type". The problem is similar for "true".
If I type "int* p = n" the code completion pops up, but "nullptr" is nowhere to be seen. If I type "nu", it is still not there, but "nullopt", lots of "nullopt_t" variants and other non-ptr types are there. Adding 'l', so that I have "nul" finallly gives me "nullptr" as 6th choise, after "nullopt" and four "nullopt_t" variants.
"true", "false" and "nullptr" are probably the most used completions I need, so I really wish they could be the first suggestion, especially when completing for types of bool or pointer.
Do anyone know if there is a solution to this, or am I stuck with the way it is now?