PyCharm build 96.477 is available
The previous build of PyCharm was released after the delay of nearly a month – and this time just three days have passed, and we already have a new build out. Why is that? The reason is that the current EAP builds of PyCharm are based on the unstable branch of the IntelliJ platform, and sometimes changes going on in the core code can break things in PyCharm. In the previous build, the breakage was quite bad – the test runner missed most of the tests. Also, we’ve fixed a number of Python-specific problems (see complete list in the release notes).
In addition to that, the new build includes a preview of a new long-requested feature – soft wrap in editors. You can enable it in Settings | Editor | Virtual Space.
You can download PyCharm from the EAP page.
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