Wing Python IDE 7.0.3 - May 30, 2019

Wing 7.0.3 has been released. This is a minor release that includes the following fixes and improvements:

  • Fix analysis when using Python 3 on a remote host
  • Fix several cases where valid imports could not be resolved
  • Improve default display scaling on Linux
  • Correctly omit types and methods from debug data display
  • Fix comparing remote files and buffer to remote disk
  • Fix searching documentation in Search in Files
  • Fix a number of other minor issues

You can obtain this release with Check for Updates in Wing 7's Help menu or download it now.

New in Wing 7

Wing 7 introduces an improved code warnings and code quality inspection system that includes built-in error detection and tight integration with Pylint, pep8, and mypy. This release also adds a new data frame and array viewer, a MATLAB keyboard personality, easy inline debug data display with Shift-Space, improved stack data display, support for PEP 3134 chained exceptions, callouts for search and other code navigation features, four new color palettes, improved bookmarking, a high-level configuration menu, magnified presentation mode, a new update manager, stepping over import internals, simplified remote agent installation, and much more.

For details see What's New in Wing 7

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Wing 7 is a an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. Find out how Wing 7 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it today.

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Wing 7 installs side by side with earlier versions of Wing, so there is no need to remove old versions in order to try it. Wing 7 will read and convert your old preferences, settings, and projects. Projects should be saved to a new name since earlier versions of Wing cannot read Wing 7 projects.

See Upgrading for details and Migrating from Older Versions for a list of compatibility notes.