PyCharm: PyCharm 2017.1 EAP 4 (build 171.2613.10)

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We are happy to announce the fourth Early Access Program (EAP) release of PyCharm 2017.1. Download it now from our website!

In this EAP we’re introducing these features:

  • New code style options: you can now specify in more detail how you would like to arrange multiline imports (from package import a, lot, of, things). You can configure them in Settings | Editor | Code Style | Python | Wrapping and Braces
  • If you’d like to follow a link in the terminal, double-click the link, right-click and select ‘Open as URL’.
  • Types are now shown in parameter hints (press Ctrl+P to see them when your cursor is between method call parentheses)

We’ve also fixed a lot of bugs:

  • Issues with multiple Django settings files [Pro only]
  • Django remote projects don’t sync newly created files [Pro only]
  • Editor bugs in scratch files have been resolved
  • Many JavaScript bugs have been resolved
  • Several Vagrantfile bugs [Pro only]
  • And more

Any improvements marked ‘Pro only’ are only available in PyCharm Professional Edition. You can use the EAP version of PyCharm Professional Edition for free for 30 days.

Download it now from our website! To keep up-to-date with our EAP releases set your update channel to Early Access Program: Settings | Appearance & Behavior | System Settings | Updates, Automatically check updates for “Early Access Program”

-PyCharm Team
The Drive to Develop

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Dustin Gurley is an Designer, Developer, Artist, Instructor, Critical Theorist and Systems Engineer. He has an extensive background working professionally with 2D/2.5D/3D Motion Graphics, Compositing, Film, Video, Photography and client-side performance techniques as it pertains to web development. Dustin recently completed work on his Master of Fine Art degree in Motion Media Design (Motion Graphics) from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Prior to beginning his graduate work, Dustin obtained a Bachelor of Art degree in Communication Studies with a concentration in Broadcast and Emerging Media from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. In addition to design and modeling, Dustin enjoys toying with his view camera, working with scratch film, authoring media related material and contributing to various industry conferences. When not in front of a computer, Dustin can be found with his wife, Regina Everett Gurley. The couple enjoys dividing their time between their home just outside of Raleigh, North Carolina and the beautiful North Carolina coast. Currently, Dustin serves as the Lead Instructor of Internet Technologies for Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh, North Carolina.