PyCharm 2018.2.1 Out Now
The latest version of PyCharm is now available: get PyCharm 2018.2.1 from our website now.
New in This Version
- An issue on Linux where part of the window wouldn’t be redrawn correctly has been resolved
- A performance problem that affected Django users with a MacBook Pro with a touch bar has been fixed
- And more: read the release notes
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