PyCharm 2017.1.1 Available Now
PyCharm 2017.1.1 is out now! Get it from our website
Some of the things we’ve improved:
- The font rendering problem has been resolved
- Many issues in the debugger, code inspections, and test runners have been fixed, including several additional issues since the last release candidate
- Automatic deployment for new remote projects is now configured correctly
- Remote Jupyter notebooks tweaks
- And more: read our release notes for details
If you have any feedback about this version of PyCharm, please let us know! You can report bugs and request features on YouTrack. You can also reach us by leaving a comment on this blog post, by tweeting us at @pycharm or leaving a comment on our Facebook page.
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