PyCharm 2018.3.2 Release Candidate is now available. This version comes with a couple of small improvements. Get it now from our Confluence page.
Improved in This Version
PyCharm splits F-strings for you
In PyCharm 2018.3, we improved a lot of things in F-strings, and we’ve just improved them a little further. When splitting an F-string in previous versions of PyCharm, this is the behavior:
Although this behavior is in line with what you’d expect from a text editor, wouldn’t it be nice if PyCharm could help you a little further? So we’ve made sure that breaking up an F-string in PyCharm 2018.3.2 leaves you with a valid Python file:
- Clicking ‘View as DataFrame’ in the debugger would lead to an exception that is now fixed.
- Entering Hebrew text in the ‘Search Everywhere’ window would cause the IDE to hang. This has been resolved.
- An issue with MySQL handling NULL datetimes has been resolved.
- Many fixes coming from WebStorm, DataGrip and IntelliJ IDEA; see the release notes for details.
If you’re on Ubuntu 16.04 or later, you can use snap to get PyCharm RC versions and stay up to date. You can find the installation instructions on our website.
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