PyCharm 2018.1 Out Now
PyCharm 2018.1 is now available: partial commits, code cells, SSH remote Python interpreters, and more!
- Data scientists can now define code cells in their files, and choose exactly which parts to execute. No more need to re-import your data every time you finetune your analysis!
- Do you run Python code on remote machines? Configuring an SSH remote Python interpreter is now easier than ever.
- Even though Python 3.7 isn’t out yet, PyCharm 2018.1 already fully supports developing Python 3.7 code.
- Those of you who take pride in having precise commits will be pleased to hear that you can now choose which chunks of files to include in your git commits.
- PyCharm is the Python IDE that knows your code, and PyCharm 2018.1 knows Python code better than ever with new code intelligence features.
- Docker Compose file format 3.3 and later are now supported. Also, performance of Docker Compose interpreters has improved significantly.
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