PyCharm 2017.1 EAP 2 (build 171.2272.11)
After the Christmas break we’ve resumed work, and today we’re releasing our second EAP for PyCharm 2017.1. In this version we’ve fixed a couple of issues:
- If you use Docker on macOS, you’ve probably been using the SOCAT workaround. You don’t need to anymore, we’ve resolved the issues with unix sockets.
- Code completion now finds Flask modules while you’re adding an import statement for them
- An issue where a ‘~’ in the path would cause the debugger to raise an exception has been resolved.
- And more, see our release notes
Furthermore, we’ve added a new feature. If you have a main function in one of your scripts, you can now run it quickly using the ‘run’ icon in the gutter next to your function:
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