We’re happy to announce that the release candidate for PyCharm 2017.2.3 is now available for download from Confluence.
New in this version:
- Support for Docker Compose v3.0 and v3.1 files (versions 3.2 and 3.3 are not yet supported, we hope to support them in PyCharm 2017.3)
- Python Console for Docker and Docker Console (only on macOS and Linux for now, due to Windows Firewall issues, see PY-25341 for a workaround)
- Faster skeleton generation for Docker and Docker Compose
- Various code inspection problems have been solved. See the release notes for details
We’d like to invite you to try out this version, if you run into any issues please let us know on YouTrack.
If you don’t have a PyCharm Professional subscription yet, and you’d like to support the Django Software Foundation, we have good news for you: if you get PyCharm using the ISUPPORTDJANGO promo code, you get a 30% discount, and the full price you pay will go to the Django Software Foundation to support future Django development.
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