PyCharm 2017.3 EAP 4 Out now

Posted on by Ernst Haagsman

The latest and greatest early access program (EAP) version of PyCharm is now available from our website:

Get PyCharm 2017.3 EAP 4

New in this version

Faster setup for SSH interpreters [Pro only]

If you’ve ever configured an SSH interpreter in PyCharm before, you know it takes a while for PyCharm to synchronize its helpers to the remote machine. Furthermore, as PyCharm needs to download libraries from the remote machine altogether you’d be waiting a while until you could start working. We’ve made serious performance improvements in this release, see this video for an impression:

Watch video on Vimeo.

Further Improvements

  • When running a test from the context menu, it will now use the test runner you’ve configured for your project
  • For TypeScript: extract interface, and more refactorings and quick fixes [Pro only]
  • If you work with PostgreSQL date/time columns with timezone, you’ll be happy to learn that we’ve improved the handling of showing timezones. If you set the timezone for your session with `SET TIMEZONE=’europe/berlin’;` this will now work correctly. [Pro only]
  • And more, have a look at the release notes for details

If these features sound interesting to you, try them yourself:

Get PyCharm 2017.3 EAP 4

As a reminder, PyCharm EAP versions:

  • Are free, including PyCharm Professional Edition EAP
  • Will work for 30 days after being built, you’ll need to update when the build expires

If you run into any issues with this version, or another version of PyCharm, please let us know on our YouTrack. If you have other suggestions or remarks, you can reach us on Twitter, or by commenting on the blog.

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5 Responses to PyCharm 2017.3 EAP 4 Out now

  1. Or says:

    October 6, 2017

    Is that include the other remote interpreters? like docker compose which is super slow

  2. maxim says:

    October 6, 2017

    From future?

    2017.3 EAP4, build 173.2941.3
    Released: October 27, 2017

  3. dikamilo says:

    October 7, 2017

    “it will now use the test runner you’ve configured for your project” finally 😉 It was super annoying that when you configure Django support, set pytest as test runner and pycharm still runs the tests with Django test runner.

  4. Munish says:

    October 11, 2017

    I am waiting for docker-compose debug support for windows OS. Does this release include this feature?

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