We’ve been taking some time to polish PyCharm further, so be sure to update to the newest version! You can get it from within PyCharm (Help | Check for Updates), using JetBrains Toolbox, or by downloading the new version from our website.
Improved in PyCharm
- An issue where PyCharm’s debugger would ignore breakpoints in certain conditions has been resolved
- Running code on remote interpreters on FreeBSD with elevated privileges now works as expected
- There are many small differences between SQL dialects, and we’re always working hard to make sure that our database tooling gets them all right. Fixed in this version are:
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And many more small fixes, see our release notes for details.
Getting the New Version
You can update PyCharm by choosing Help | Check for Updates (or PyCharm | Check for Updates on macOS) in the IDE. PyCharm will be able to patch itself to the new version, there should no longer be a need to run the full installer.
If you’re on Ubuntu 16.04 or later, or any other Linux distribution that supports snap, you should not need to upgrade manually, you’ll automatically receive the new version.