PyCharm 2023.1 Release Candidate 2 Is Out!
The second PyCharm 2023.1 Release Candidate (RC) build is here.
To see what has already been added in the PyCharm 2023.1 Early Access Program (EAP), take a look at our EAP blog posts.
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We encourage you to test the second RC build as it may be the final version before the major release. If you encounter any problems, please report them to our issue tracker.
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