PyCharm 2022.1.1 Is Now Available
The first minor update to PyCharm 2022.1 is here.
- PEP 617: The syntax for Python 3.9’s parenthesized context managers is now fully supported. [PY-42200]
- Using the declarative API in SQLAlchemy versions 1.4 and higher no longer causes Unexpected argument warnings when instantiating ORM models. [PY-49864]
- PyCharm now recognizes when your 1-liner is a Python stub, and does not add a new line after a colon in the event that it is. [PY-52748]
- The Change signature refactoring now works correctly for functions that use *kwargs as arguments. [PY-42682]
Take a look at the release notes for the full list of improvements.
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