PyCharm 2017.3.2 Out Now
To close off 2017, we’re releasing a new version of PyCharm 2017.3! Get it now from our website
New in this version:
- Type annotation ahead of time. You can’t put an inline type annotation when defining a variable in a
withstatement, so you need to provide the annotation in a separate place, read more on the ticket. This is now supported in PyCharm.
- ‘Show command line afterwards’ now works correctly for remote interpreters. And further fixes to this feature
- Various SQL syntax fixes for PostgreSQL and Oracle (PyCharm Professional Edition bundles all DataGrip features)
- React code completion improvements (PyCharm Professional Edition bundles all WebStorm features)
- And more, see the release notes for details
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 the latest PyCharm version by using:
sudo snap install [pycharm-professional|pycharm-community] --classic
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