PyCharm 2020.2 Out Now!

Posted on by Roberto Pesce

Complete the full Pull Request workflow, quickly catch exceptions, and apply project-wide refactorings. All without leaving your IDE. Download the new version now, or upgrade from within PyCharm.

New in PyCharm

  • New pull request dedicated view: You no longer need to switch between the browser and your IDE to manage your GitHub Pull Request workflow. Do it all in PyCharm!
  • Smart in-editor exceptions preview: Don’t spend time browsing your code after exceptions. PyCharm now automatically finds it for you and displays a preview of the problem directly in your editor.
  • In-place signature-change refactoring: Simply add, remove, or edit your method signature in-place and use context actions (Alt+Enter) or the new gutter-icon to preview the changes and apply the refactoring.
  • Support for Django configuration constants completion in settings.py: Stop typing the same Django configuration variables in settings.py over and over again. Speed up your flow and let PyCharm autocomplete documented Django settings for you.

These and a lot more!
Read about them all on our What’s New page or check the release notes.

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