PyCharm 2016.3 Public Preview 2
Last week, we published PyCharm 2016.3’s first public preview. Today, we continue our weekly preview release schedule with PyCharm 2016.3 Public Preview 2.
Get it now from the PyCharm preview page. If you want to keep up-to-date with the weekly updates, you can set your update channel to “Early Access Program” (Help > Check for Updates)
This release has all the new features that will be released in PyCharm 2016.3, and as a preview version includes a free 30-day preview license.
Improvements from the first public preview include fixes to the Python console, debugger, inspections, and the Docker integration. See the release notes for details.
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