PyCharm 2017.1 EAP 6 (build 171.3019.3)

The sixth Early Access Program release of PyCharm 2017.1 is out now! Get it now from our EAP website

This week we’ve added these features:

  • Ctrl+Click on links to open them in the Terminal

And we’ve resolved the following bugs:

  • Execute selection/line in console
  • input() in debug console
  • Debugging Docker projects on Mac
  • SSH remote interpreter errors
  • Pyramid project creation with Chameleon templates
  • Many Angular2 fixes
  • Various other JavaScript formatting and inspections

Any improvements marked ‘Pro only’ are only available in PyCharm Professional Edition. You can use the EAP version of PyCharm Professional Edition for free for 30 days.

We’d like to encourage you to try out this new EAP version. To keep up-to-date with our EAP releases set your update channel to Early Access Program: Settings | Appearance & Behavior | System Settings | Updates, Automatically check updates for “Early Access Program”

We do our best to find all bugs before we release, but in these preview builds there might still be some bugs in the product. If you find one, please let us know on YouTrack, or contact us on Twitter @PyCharm.

-PyCharm Team
The Drive to Develop

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7 Responses to PyCharm 2017.1 EAP 6 (build 171.3019.3)

  1. Kyle says:

    I was ecstatic to see “Debugging Docker projects on Mac” on this list, as that’s exactly what I need to do right now. However, when I went to debug my Django app, I just see an error tooltip appear that says, “Error running Django: Can’t run remote python interpreter: Connection to host from container is not supported on OS X”

    I’m (always) running the latest version of Docker for Mac, and I have PyCharm setup with a remote interpreter based on my docker-compose configuration. With a run configuration set to run serve Django, I just click Run > Debug, and expect to start debugging as I would with a local interpreter. Am I missing something? Is this not the use case described by the changelog line item I mentioned above? Is this a bug? Do I just need to be more patient?

    Keep up the good work guys — this is an exciting time to be a PyCharm user!

    • Ernst Haagsman says:

      Currently it works only for Docker without compose, we’re working on the fix for Docker compose on Mac, stay tuned for the next EAP releases!

  2. Finally “Debugging Docker projects on Mac”. Trying it out

  3. Adelle says:

    Definitely I will give it a try! Good job!

  4. Michael says:

    Do you by chance have .zip files available for the download?

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