PyCharm 2022.3.1 Is Out!

You can get the latest version from our website, via the Toolbox App, from inside the IDE, or by using snaps if you’re a Ubuntu user.

Here are the most notable improvements in the new version:

  • The option to display editor tabs on multiple rows is available in the new UI. [IDEA-295095]
  • Actions on Save work as expected again. [IDEA-307368]
  • Excessive CPU usage and IDE freezes that occurred for certain tool window sizes have been fixed. [IDEA-306642]
  • Packaging: PyCharm no longer uses excessive disk space when caching PyPI. [PY-57156]
  • Running a script on the Python Debug Server with pydevd-pycharm works as expected again. [PY-57771]
  • Quick documentation popup: Markup used in docstrings is now rendered in Quick documentation. [PY-34667]
  • HTTP client: Setting a proxy no longer breaks package inspection. [PY-57612]
  • Python console: Code that is run with the Emulate terminal in output console option enabled now has the correct indentation level. [PY-57706]
  • Inspections: The Loose punctuation mark inspection now works correctly for reStructuredText fields in docstrings. [PY-53047]
  • Inspections: We fixed an SOE exception where processing generic types broke error highlighting in the editor. [PY-54336
  • Debugger: We fixed several issues with the debugger. [PY-57296], [PY-57055]
  • Code insight: Code insight for IntEnum properties is now correct. [PY-55734]
  • Code insight: Code insight has been improved for data class arguments when wildcard or custom module import is involved. [PY-36158

For the full list of improvements, please refer to the release notes. Share your feedback in the comments under this post or in our issue tracker.

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