The Second Release Candidate for PyCharm 2022.3 Is Out!
PyCharm 2022.3 is just around the corner and the second Release Candidate is here!
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Here are the most important improvements in this build:
- You can now use Conda with remote interpreters, such as interpreters on WSL and Docker. To install the packages on remote Conda environments, please use the Python Packages tool window. [PY-35978]
- We fixed several issues that were affecting the use of Python interpreters on Docker and Docker Compose, including the issue preventing users from choosing a specific interpreter for their run/debug configurations. [PY-55360], [PY-57484], [PY-57460].
- Debug Console now works as expected after starting the debugging process. [PY-57296]
- Mapping now works normally for debugging files on WSL. [PY-55800]
- On Windows, Python Console now has the UTF-8 encoding by default [PY-57519]
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