PyCharm 2020.1 Out Now

Rebase your branch with ease, debug smarter, and use a font designed for programming. Download the new version now, or upgrade from within your IDE.

New in PyCharm

  • Interactive Rebasing: Commits can get messy, which is why you need to be able to rebase your branch. Now, PyCharm allows you to do so visually and with unprecedented ease.
  • Smarter Debugging: PyCharm’s debugger now makes it easy to see what’s happening in the middle of a complex statement. When stepping in, the debugger will ask you exactly what part of the statement you want to investigate further.
  • JetBrains Mono: PyCharm helps you read your code by navigating your project effectively, and now also by presenting your code in a font designed specifically for it.
  • Django Template Imports: PyCharm Professional Edition makes life easy for web developers by offering code completion (and debugging) in Django templates. We’ve made a couple improvements on this front: auto import for custom tags and better completion.

And many more improvements, like faster indexing of interpreters, read about them all on our What’s New page.

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3 Responses to PyCharm 2020.1 Out Now

  1. Martin Leclerc says:

    Hi,

    With previous version, in the context menu (right-click) of the output window, there was an option “Show as JSON”, that is not available anymore. Was it withdraw? In which condition, will it show in new version?

    Thanks

  2. Peter Kasczurak says:

    Whats the name of old font? I am pretty used to it and would like to keep it. Thanks

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