PyCharm 2019.1 Out Now

PyCharm 2019.1 is out now: all-new Jupyter Notebook support, ‘recent location’ for navigation, custom theme plugins, and much more. Download now

New in PyCharm

  • Jupyter Notebooks support has been completely redesigned. Direct editing of Notebooks is now available in PyCharm 2019.1, with a convenient side-by-side view that helps you get a better overview of your Notebook’s source code while seeing the output right next to it. You can run and debug cells straight from the IDE.
  • Quick documentation for HTML and CSS has been improved. Quick question: when writing a ‘padding’ property in CSS, what comes first? Left and right, or top and bottom? Just write ‘padding’ in a CSS file and press Ctrl-Q (or Ctrl-J on macOS) to find the answer!
  • Navigate quickly to recent locations, rather than files. When you’re making quick edits, you frequently need to go back and forth between locations. The recent files popup (Ctrl-E, or Cmd-E on macOS) has always been there to quickly move between files you’re editing, but now we’ve also got the new and improved recent locations popup. Try it now: just press Ctrl-Shift-E (or Cmd-Shift-E on macOS).
  • We’ve ending support for two Python versions: 2.6 (that has been end-of-life since 2013), and 3.4 (which just reached end-of-life). If you’re still using these versions, you’ll receive a warning that these versions are no longer supported. Some PyCharm functionality might no longer work, and we won’t fix any bugs related to these Python versions anymore.

Many more features, like better performance when debugging large collections, type checks on variable assignments, multiprocess test runners for pytest. Learn more about PyCharm 2019.1 on our website

You can also find the details about our release, in the release notes.

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To get the new version of PyCharm, upgrade in one of the following ways:

Do you have questions, complaints, or suggestions? Please reach out to us! Send questions to our support team, report bugs and suggestions on our issue tracker, or just connect with us on Twitter.

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17 Responses to PyCharm 2019.1 Out Now

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    Ryan says:

    March 27, 2019

    Keyboard shortcuts did not work in the RCs. Is this fixed?

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      Paul Everitt says:

      April 3, 2019

      We had some issues that 2019.1.1 addressed. Can you give that a try? If it doesn’t fix it, could you describe the issue better and I’ll look for a ticket?

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    Alex says:

    March 27, 2019

    There is no the 32bit launcher after updated to 2019.1 version. Same reinstall.
    (Win10 32bit)

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      Paul Everitt says:

      April 3, 2019

      Correct, Java 9 deprecated 32-bit JDK. PyCharm 2019.1 is the first release to use an OpenJDK > 8.

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    bronsen says:

    March 27, 2019

    I do like the side-by-side view of Jupyter notebooks, I must say! The surprising feature quickly has turned into a convenient one.

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    Kevin says:

    March 28, 2019

    Previous version worked fine. Upgraded using the inbuilt upgrade and now I get:
    Cannot start PyCharm
    No JDK found. Please validate either PYCHARM_JDK, JDK_HOME or JAVA_HOME environment variable points to valid JDK installation.

    Tried reinstalling from the download page. Same issue.

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      Paul Everitt says:

      April 3, 2019

      Can you try the 2019.1.1 that we released today? How did you install PyCharm and what OS?

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    Alex says:

    March 28, 2019

    where is the pycharm32.exe ?!

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    Tuatini says:

    March 28, 2019

    Wow awesome, just tried it but I can’t find a “Run all cells until breakpoint” feature, nor a “Run all cells and clear output” or “Clear all output” as in jupyter lab. It’s very useful to remove the output before committing the file to the git repo. Is there such feature and I didn’t look properly?


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      Paul Everitt says:

      April 3, 2019

      We have an open issue targeted for the next release for Run All. If you get a chance, take a look and add any comments. Thanks!

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    Jan says:

    March 28, 2019

    Thank you very much for this release. The new features look great! Can’t wait to give them a try.

    Where can I download the zip version of this new release (for portable installations)? It is usually just a matter of changing the file extension but does not work 🙁

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    John says:

    March 30, 2019

    This release is pretty broken. On OSX it won’t launch through toolbox (nothing happens when it’s clicked). On WIndows, I’ve managed to get it to work but HTTP requests are broken. Really disappointing.

    (I’ve raised both issues but until they are fixed I have to stay on 2018)

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      Paul Everitt says:

      April 3, 2019

      Yes, our upgrade to OpenJDK 11 caused some issues that weren’t reported during EAP. We just released 2019.1.1. Can you give it a try for your reported issues?

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    komodovaran says:

    April 24, 2019

    So this version removes Jupyter notebook support from community edition entirely?

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    Subbu Addanki says:

    April 25, 2019

    Thank you so much for this awesome community interpreter..

    This will give marker on outliner itself in eclipse (something its structure in pytharm) instead of saving as bookmarks which are of no use actually at file level ..
    Just because of #— option in eclipse, I am still using it.. Otherwise I should have shifted to pycharm completely.
    Will it be possible to add this feature in pycharm ??

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    Sky says:

    May 3, 2019

    How to disable focusing on pop ups and fayding of background? I cannot find this option in Preferences.

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    sz says:

    May 7, 2019

    Installed 2019.1.1. (Python 3.6)
    So far everything works as before except Jupyter.
    I’m getting module not found error for:
    from src.my_module import MyModule

    Please help.

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