We have a couple of fixes and small improvements for you in PyCharm 2017.3.1, if you’d like to already try them, you can now get the release candidate from the confluence page.
New in this version:
- Several issues with running Python modules (-m) were resolved: running modules remotely, showing command line after running
- Further issues with running code over SSH were resolved: they can now connect to IPv6 hosts from macOS, don’t misinterpret
ProxyCommand: none, and correctly parse the
HostKeyAlgorithmsoption (Connecting to a Python interpreter over SSH is only supported in PyCharm Professional Edition)
- Code insight for SQLAlchemy was improved, the issue with ‘incorrect call arguments’ has been fixed.
To try this now, get the RC from confluence. You can also update from within PyCharm, just make sure that your update channel is set to ‘EAP’ or ‘RC’ (in Help | Check for Updates).
If you use multiple JetBrains applications, you can use JetBrains Toolbox to make sure all your JetBrains IDE’s stay up to date. PyCharm is also available as a snap package. If you’re on Ubuntu 16.04 or later, you can install PyCharm by using this command:
sudo snap install [pycharm-professional|pycharm-community] --classic --candidate