PyCharm 2018.2.2 is now available, with some small improvements. Get it now from our Website. If you’re still on PyCharm 2018.1, we’ve also got a release candidate for our new bugfix update PyCharm 2018.1.5
New in 2018.2.2
- Some improvements to our pipenv support: if the pipfile specifies packages which aren’t compatible with your computer, they will no longer be suggested. Also, if you choose to create a pipenv for a project you’ve already opened, the project’s dependencies will now automatically be installed. This matches the behavior of pipenv on the command-line.
- A regression where virtualenvs weren’t automatically detected has been resolved.
- Some issues in version control support were ironed out: when you right-click a commit to reword it (change its commit message) in some cases PyCharm wasn’t able to identify the new hash of the commit correctly, this has been cleared up.
- And much more, see the release notes for details.
If you’re on Ubuntu 16.04 or later, you can use snap to get PyCharm, and stay up to date. You can find the installation instructions on our website.
PyCharm 2018.1.5 RC
If you’re using PyCharm 2018.1, and for some reason can’t upgrade to PyCharm 2018.2, we also have a new version for you. The release candidate for PyCharm 2018.1.5 can be downloaded from Confluence.
In this release, we’ve fixed an issue where unshelving files would create a large number of threads. If you’re interested in learning about other issues that were resolved, check out the release notes here.