Author Archives: Joaquin Treviño

PyCharm 2019.2.1

PyCharm 2019.2.1 is available now! New in this Version PyCharm now recognizes ctypes Arrays so now you won’t get wrong inspection messages when defining or using such arrays. We had a bug that made Tensorflow’s references to be unresolved and that was also … Continue reading

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Python 3.8 support in PyCharm

The release of Python 3.8 brought new features to the Python coding realm. The language is evolving according to its community’s needs by addressing cases where new syntax or logic become necessary. From new ways of assigning expressions to restriction … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2019.2.1 RC

PyCharm 2019.2.1 release candidate is available now! Fixed in this Version An issue that caused debugger functions like “Step into” to not work properly in our latest release was solved. AltGr keymaps for certain characters that were not working are now fixed. … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2019.2.1 Preview

PyCharm 2019.2.1 Preview is now available! Fixed in this Version The PyCharm debugger got some fixes: The issue causing the debugger to hang when a syntax error was encountered was resolved. When classes were given certain names, the debugger would be unable to inspect … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2019.2 Out Now

PyCharm 2019.2 is out now: improved Jupyter Notebook experience, syntax highlighting for many more languages out of the box, initial Python 3.8 support, and much more. Download now New in PyCharm Jupyter Notebook Integration has been improved. Some of the most highly … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2019.2 Release Candidate

PyCharm 2019.2 is almost ready to be released, and we’re happy to announce that a release candidate is available for download now. New in PyCharm Enable of actions during indexing We identified certain actions that have no reason for being disabled while the indexing process … Continue reading

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