PyCharm 2016.3.2 Released
Right before the end of the year we’d like to release our latest and greatest version of PyCharm 2016. This version resolves a few issues:
- Jupyter Notebooks have been updated to work with the updated Jupyter Notebooks API
- 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
To get this improved version, you can download it from our website. Once patch updates are ready for your platform, you’ll get a notification, so you can update from within PyCharm, by choosing Help | Check for Updates on Windows and Linux, or by choosing PyCharm | Check for Updates on macOS.
Thank you for your interest in PyCharm, and we’d like to wish you a happy and productive 2017!
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