PyCharm 2016.3.2 Release Candidate
We are pleased to announce the release candidate of PyCharm 2016.3.2, get it now from our EAP page.
In this version we’ve fixed bugs in the following areas:
- Conda environments on Windows will now automatically be activated in the terminal
- Various improvements to the Python console
- Docker-compose environment variable handling on macOS (TLS verify errors)
- And various other bugs, see the release notes for details.
We encourage you to try out this pre-release build, if you encounter any issues while using it please let us know on our issue tracker! If you’d like to suggest to us how we can make PyCharm better, please let us know on the issue tracker as well.
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