PyCharm 2017.2.2 RC is now available
Another set of bugs have been fixed, and PyCharm 2017.2.2 RC is available now from our confluence page.
Improvements in this release:
- Code insight and inspection fixes: “method may be static” issues, and misidentification of Python 3.7
- Django: Cache conflict with Jinja template project, and Ctrl+Click on widget templates
- Docker: Docker Compose environment variable issues
- And much more, check out the release notes for details
We’d like to thank our users who have reported these bugs for helping us to resolve them! If you find a bug, please let us know on YouTrack.
If you use Django, but don’t have PyCharm Professional Edition yet, you may be interested to learn about our Django Software Foundation promotion. You can get a 30% discount on PyCharm, and support the Django Software Foundation at the same time.
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