Wing Python IDE Version 9.0.1 - November 23, 2022

Wing 9.0.1 fixes rendering of notebook tabs on Windows when not emulating OS display style, works around segfaults in Python 3.11 when using lxml, fixes vi mode ci[ and similar when the cursor is on the opening character, fixes tooltips appearing on the incorrect monitor, and makes a few other usability improvements.

See the change log for details.

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What's New in Wing 9

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Support for Python 3.11

Wing 9 adds support for Python 3.11, the next major release of Python, so you can take advantage of Python 3.11's substantially improved performance and new features.

Debugger Optimizations

Wing 9 reduces debugger overhead by about 20-50% in Python 3.7+. The exact amount of performance improvement you will see depends on the nature of the code that is being debugged and the Python version that you are using.

Streamlined Light and Dark Theming

Wing 9 allows configuring a light and dark theme independently (on the first Preferences page) in order to make it easier to switch between light and dark modes. Two new light themes New Light and Faerie Storm have been added, and switching display modes should be faster and smoother visually.

Other Improvements

Wing 9 also shows auto-invocation arguments for methods of super(), fixes a number of issues affecting code analysis and multi-threaded debugging, and makes several other improvements.

For a complete list of new features in Wing 9, see What's New in Wing 9.

Try Wing 9 Now!

Wing 9 is an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. Find out how Wing 9 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it today.

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See Upgrading for details on upgrading from Wing 8 and earlier, and Migrating from Older Versions for a list of compatibility notes.