PyCharm 1.0 Release Candidate
We’re very happy to announce the immediate availability of PyCharm 1.0 Release Candidate, the (almost) final release of our Python and Django IDE.
Besides bugfixing, we’ve managed to sneak in a couple of last minute feature improvements:
- Files containing errors are now highlighted with a wavy red underline in the Project View (see screenshot);
- You can now ignore certain unresolved identifiers everywhere in your project, by pressing Alt-Enter on an identifier and selecting the “Ignore…” quickfix from the popup;
- You can now disable the auto-import popup on a per-file basis (click on the “Hector the Inspector” status bar icon and uncheck the “Import popup” checkbox);
- Handling of lines wrapped with backslashes has been significantly improved (the formatter can reformat such lines correctly now, and can also add backslashes when it’s necessary to wrap the line correctly).
Note that we’ve enabled final licensing code in this build, so when you run it, you’ll see a prompt to enter a license. Please select the 30-day evaluation option — and don’t be afraid to lose the days of your evaluation period, because when the final 1.0 version is released, it’ll restart the 30 days period again.
Develop with pleasure!
– JetBrains PyCharm Team
Subscribe to Blog updates
Thanks, we've got you!
PyCharm 2023.2 EAP 5: Black Formatter Integration, Endpoints Tool Window for Django REST Framework
This EAP build includes the Black formatter integration, a new Endpoints tool window for Django REST framework, the Run Anything tool, support for installing dependencies from pyproject.toml, inlay parameter name hints, and much more!
PyCharm 2023.2 EAP 4 Is Out!
The third EAP build brings improvements that include the new AI assistant and support for DevContainers.
PyCharm 2023.2 EAP 3 Is Out!
The third EAP build brings improvements for working with Docker compose and an update to the pytest support.