We're pleased to announce version 2.0.3 of Wing IDE, an advanced integrated development environment for the Python Programming language. This is a maintenance release that fixes several problems in the previous version. For Wing on OS X, this release also introduces a new OS X personality that provides a more Mac-like default keyboard mapping. For Linux, this release adds debugging of Python code running on 64 bit systems.
A complete list of changes is available in the change log.
New features in Wing IDE 2.0 include a redesigned customizable user interface, call tips, syntax error indicators, editor tabs and splits, multi-file wildcard and regular expression searching, integrated documentation and tutorial, German localization, support for unicode and other non-ascii encodings, extension of the IDE by scripting, CVS integration, and much more.
This release is available for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X,and can be compiled from sources on FreeBSD, Solaris, OpenBSD, and other Posix operating systems.
Wing IDE 1.1 users may also wish to refer to Migrating from Wing IDE 1.1.