PyCharm 2018.1.4

Ernst Haagsman

We’re happy to announce that today a new version of PyCharm is available for download from our website.

Improved in this Version

  • Various issues related to installing packages, both with Conda and virtualenv, were resolved in this version
  • Compilation errors in PL/SQL procedures are now shown in the console output. Did you know that you can manage Oracle databases (and other major databases) in PyCharm Professional Edition? PyCharm Pro bundles all database features from DataGrip, the database IDE by JetBrains.
  • Many small UI bugs were fixed, for example the ‘Tip of the Day’ screen was incorrectly displayed on Windows if a display at 125% scale was used.
  • Read more in our release notes
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6 Responses to PyCharm 2018.1.4

  1. Newsy python 2018-06-03 – DevNation says:

    June 3, 2018

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  2. Erika says:

    July 6, 2018


    I have been using the professional edition for this version (2018.1.4) since a couple of months ago. I really like the Data view tool (View -> Tool Windows -> Data). For some reason, this view has disappeared completely. No idea what to do to bring it back. I tried to download and install PyCharm again but that didn’t work.



    • Ernst Haagsman says:

      July 30, 2018

      Hi Erika, we’ve just renamed it to ‘SciView’, please try opening that.

  3. Alberto says:

    July 13, 2018

    I instaled Ubunto 18.04 and Pycharm 2018.1.4 and still have issues to define the Project intepreter. I get the usual error messagevisible in every forum but not able to solve.

    /tmp/tmps8uoy2p7pycharm-management/pip-10.0.1/ install

    ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘setuptools’

    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File “/tmp/tmps8uoy2p7pycharm-management/pip-10.0.1/”, line 6, in
    from setuptools import setup, find_packages
    ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘setuptools’

    may you fix soon ?

    • Ernst Haagsman says:

      July 30, 2018

      Could you please try to install setuptools with apt? Either `sudo apt install python-setuptools` (for Python 2) or `sudo apt install python3-setuptools` (for Python 3) should resolve this issue

    • David says:

      January 10, 2019

      Did you fix it?


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