PyCharm 2017.1 EAP 8 (build 171.3566.25)
Our eighth Early Access Program (EAP) release for PyCharm 2017.1 is out now! Get it from our EAP page.
- Several issues with the new Data View were resolved. If you use numpy or pandas in one of your projects, you can try it out by debugging and clicking ‘View as numpy array’ or ‘View as pandas DataFrame’ for the appropriate variables. See our EAP 5 blog post for some more information about this feature.
- Fixes for type annotations
- Debugger improvements
- Platform enhancements
See our release notes for more details about improvements in this version.
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.
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