Author Archives: Ernst Haagsman

PyCharm 2018.1.4

We’re happy to announce that today a new version of PyCharm is available for download from our website. Improved in this Version Various issues related to installing packages, both with Conda and virtualenv, were resolved in this version Compilation errors … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2018.1.4 RC

We’re happy to announce that the release candidate for a new version of PyCharm is now available: get it now from our confluence page. Improved in this Version Various issues related to installing packages, both with Conda and virtualenv, were resolved … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2018.2 EAP 1

We’re getting started with the Early Access Program for PyCharm 2018.2! Even better, you can download the first version now from our website! New in PyCharm Improved Pytest support: Fixtures, and more PyCharm 2018.2 supports using fixtures in Pytest. Using fixtures allows you … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2018.1.3

PyCharm 2018.1.3 is now available for download. Please update PyCharm by choosing Help | Check for Updates, or by downloading the new version from our website. What’s New Python Console Messages Since several versions, PyCharm has folded the startup messages … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2018.1.3 RC

We’re happy to announce that the release candidate for a new version of PyCharm is now available: get it now from our confluence page. What’s New Python Console Messages Since several versions, PyCharm has folded the startup messages of the … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2018.1.2

PyCharm 2018.1.2 is out: download PyCharm now from our website. What’s New Docker Compose Improvements Our Docker Compose interpreter in PyCharm 2018.1.1 starts your application service together with its dependencies, but leaves your dependencies running after shutting down the application. This … Continue reading

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Python 3.7: Introducing Data Classes

Python 3.7 is set to be released this summer, let’s have a sneak peek at some of the new features! If you’d like to play along at home with PyCharm, make sure you get PyCharm 2018.1 (or later if you’re … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2018.1.2 RC

We’re happy to announce that the release candidate of PyCharm 2018.1.2 is available for download on our Confluence page. What’s New Docker Compose Improvements Our Docker Compose interpreter in PyCharm 2018.1.1 starts your application service together with its dependencies, but leaves … Continue reading

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PyCharm Scientific Mode with Code Cells

You can use code cells to divide a Python script into chunks that you can individually execute, maintaining the state between them. This means you can re-run only the part of the script you’re developing right now, without having to … Continue reading

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PyCharm Hotfix for Pip 10.0 and IPython 6.3.0 compatibility

Pip 10.0 is close to being released, and changes parts of its API. Several older versions of PyCharm are incompatible with the newer version. If you’d like to use PyCharm with the new version of pip, please update PyCharm. In addition, … Continue reading

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