Wingware Newshttps://wingware.com/Software releases and other news for Wingware's Python IDEMon, 06 Dec 2021 17:23:13 GMTPyRSS2Gen-1.0.0http://www.dalkescientific.com/Python/PyRSS2Gen.htmlWing Python IDE Version 8.1.1 - November 12, 2021https://wingware.com/news/2021-11-12<p>Wing 8.1.1 fixes stepping into imports in newer Python versions, improves editing multiple selections, fixes problems with Find Uses in remote projects, improves some syntax coloring configurations, fixes creating a Django project with a base installation of Python on Windows, more gracefully handles temporarily losing the remote agent connection, sets the correct file type for files opened while the remote agent is unavailable, fixes Black reformatting in Python 3.10, and makes several other improvements.</p> <p>See the <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/pub/wingpro/8.1.1.0/CHANGELOG.txt">change log</a> for details.</p> <p><strong>Download Wing 8 Now:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/8.1/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/8.1/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/8.1/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> What's New in Wing 8.1</h2> <br><img src="https://wingware.com/images/news/2021-07-26/wing8-screenshot.png" alt="Wing 8 Screen Shot" backrefs="" class="doc-image" dupnames="" ids="" names="" /><br><div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Support for Containers and Clusters</h3> <p>Wing 8 adds support for developing, testing, and debugging Python code that runs inside containers, such as those provided by Docker and LXC/LXD, and clusters of containers managed by a container orchestration system like Docker Compose. A new <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Containers</span></tt> tool can be used to start, stop, and monitor container services, and new Docker container environments may be created during project creation.</p> <p>For details, see <a class="reference" href="/doc/proj/container-intro">Working with Containers and Clusters</a>.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">New Package Management Tool</h3> <p>Wing 8 adds a new <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Packages</span></tt> tool that provides the ability to install, remove, and update packages found in the Python environment used by your project. This supports pipenv, pip, and conda as the underlying package manager. Packages may be selected manually from PyPI or by package specifications found in a <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">requirements.txt</span></tt> or <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Pipfile</span></tt>.</p> <p>For details, see <a class="reference" href="/doc/packages/intro">Package Manager</a> .</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Project Creation</h3> <p>Wing 8 redesigns <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">New</span> <span class="pre">Project</span></tt> support so that the host, project directory, Python environment, and project type may all be selected independently. New projects may use either an existing or newly created source directory, optionally cloning code from a revision control repository. An existing or newly created Python environment may be selected, using virtualenv, pipenv, conda, or Docker.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Python Code Analysis and Warnings</h3> <p>Wing 8 expands the capabilities of Wing's static analysis engine, by improving its support for f-strings, named tuples, and other language constructs. <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Find</span> <span class="pre">Uses</span></tt>, <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Refactoring</span></tt>, and auto-completion now work within f-string expressions, Wing's built-in code warnings work with named tuples, the Source Assistant displays more detailed and complete value type information, and code warning indicators are updated more cleanly during edits.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">And More</h3> <p>Wing 8 also adds support for Python 3.10, native executable for Apple Silicon (M1) hardware, a new Nord style display theme, reduced application startup time, Delete Symbol and Rename Current Module refactoring operations, and much more.</p> <p>For a complete list of new features in Wing 8, see <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/wingide/whatsnew">What's New in Wing 8</a>.</p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> Try Wing 8 Now!</h2> <br><p>Wing 8 is an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. Find out how Wing 8 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it today.</p> <p><strong>Downloads:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/8.1/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/8.1/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/8.1/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/upgrading">Upgrading</a> for details on upgrading from Wing 7 and earlier, and <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/migrating">Migrating from Older Versions</a> for a list of compatibility notes.</p> </div> https://wingware.com/news/2021-11-12Fri, 12 Nov 2021 01:00:00 GMTWing Python IDE Version 8.1 - October 19, 2021https://wingware.com/news/2021-10-19<p>Wing 8.1 adds Delete Symbol and Rename Current Module refactoring operations, improves some aspects of type analysis, fixes occasional failure to detect Python Path, fixes starting the remote agent in some cases, correct reports exception from Django templates, supports pip 21.3+ in the Packages tool, and makes several other improvements.</p> <p>See the <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/pub/wingpro/8.1.0.0/CHANGELOG.txt">change log</a> for details.</p> <p><strong>Download Wing 8 Now:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/8.1/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/8.1/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/8.1/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> What's New in Wing 8.1</h2> <br><img src="https://wingware.com/images/news/2021-07-26/wing8-screenshot.png" alt="Wing 8 Screen Shot" backrefs="" class="doc-image" dupnames="" ids="" names="" /><br><div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Support for Containers and Clusters</h3> <p>Wing 8 adds support for developing, testing, and debugging Python code that runs inside containers, such as those provided by Docker and LXC/LXD, and clusters of containers managed by a container orchestration system like Docker Compose. A new <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Containers</span></tt> tool can be used to start, stop, and monitor container services, and new Docker container environments may be created during project creation.</p> <p>For details, see <a class="reference" href="/doc/proj/container-intro">Working with Containers and Clusters</a>.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">New Package Management Tool</h3> <p>Wing 8 adds a new <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Packages</span></tt> tool that provides the ability to install, remove, and update packages found in the Python environment used by your project. This supports pipenv, pip, and conda as the underlying package manager. Packages may be selected manually from PyPI or by package specifications found in a <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">requirements.txt</span></tt> or <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Pipfile</span></tt>.</p> <p>For details, see <a class="reference" href="/doc/packages/intro">Package Manager</a> .</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Project Creation</h3> <p>Wing 8 redesigns <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">New</span> <span class="pre">Project</span></tt> support so that the host, project directory, Python environment, and project type may all be selected independently. New projects may use either an existing or newly created source directory, optionally cloning code from a revision control repository. An existing or newly created Python environment may be selected, using virtualenv, pipenv, conda, or Docker.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Python Code Analysis and Warnings</h3> <p>Wing 8 expands the capabilities of Wing's static analysis engine, by improving its support for f-strings, named tuples, and other language constructs. <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Find</span> <span class="pre">Uses</span></tt>, <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Refactoring</span></tt>, and auto-completion now work within f-string expressions, Wing's built-in code warnings work with named tuples, the Source Assistant displays more detailed and complete value type information, and code warning indicators are updated more cleanly during edits.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">And More</h3> <p>Wing 8 also adds support for Python 3.10, native executable for Apple Silicon (M1) hardware, a new Nord style display theme, reduced application startup time, Delete Symbol and Rename Current Module refactoring operations, and much more.</p> <p>For a complete list of new features in Wing 8, see <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/wingide/whatsnew">What's New in Wing 8</a>.</p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> Try Wing 8 Now!</h2> <br><p>Wing 8 is an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. Find out how Wing 8 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it today.</p> <p><strong>Downloads:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/8.1/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/8.1/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/8.1/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/upgrading">Upgrading</a> for details on upgrading from Wing 7 and earlier, and <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/migrating">Migrating from Older Versions</a> for a list of compatibility notes.</p> </div> https://wingware.com/news/2021-10-19Tue, 19 Oct 2021 01:00:00 GMTWing Python IDE Version 8.0.4 - September 28, 2021https://wingware.com/news/2021-09-28<p>Wing 8.0.4 adds Close Unmodified Others to the editor tab's context menu, documents using sitecustomize to automatically start debug, fixes the debugger on some Windows systems, improves icon rendering with some Windows scaling factors, and makes several other improvements.</p> <p>See the <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/pub/wingpro/8.0.4.0/CHANGELOG.txt">change log</a> for details.</p> <p><strong>Download Wing 8 Now:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/8.0/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/8.0/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/8.0/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> What's New in Wing 8.0</h2> <br><img src="https://wingware.com/images/news/2021-07-26/wing8-screenshot.png" alt="Wing 8 Screen Shot" backrefs="" class="doc-image" dupnames="" ids="" names="" /><br><div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Support for Containers and Clusters</h3> <p>Wing 8 adds support for developing, testing, and debugging Python code that runs inside containers, such as those provided by Docker and LXC/LXD, and clusters of containers managed by a container orchestration system like Docker Compose. A new <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Containers</span></tt> tool can be used to start, stop, and monitor container services, and new Docker container environments may be created during project creation.</p> <p>For details, see <a class="reference" href="/doc/proj/container-intro">Working with Containers and Clusters</a>.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">New Package Management Tool</h3> <p>Wing 8 adds a new <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Packages</span></tt> tool that provides the ability to install, remove, and update packages found in the Python environment used by your project. This supports pipenv, pip, and conda as the underlying package manager. Packages may be selected manually from PyPI or by package specifications found in a <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">requirements.txt</span></tt> or <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Pipfile</span></tt>.</p> <p>For details, see <a class="reference" href="/doc/packages/intro">Package Manager</a> .</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Project Creation</h3> <p>Wing 8 redesigns <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">New</span> <span class="pre">Project</span></tt> support so that the host, project directory, Python environment, and project type may all be selected independently. New projects may use either an existing or newly created source directory, optionally cloning code from a revision control repository. An existing or newly created Python environment may be selected, using virtualenv, pipenv, conda, or Docker.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Python Code Analysis and Warnings</h3> <p>Wing 8 expands the capabilities of Wing's static analysis engine, by improving its support for f-strings, named tuples, and other language constructs. <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Find</span> <span class="pre">Uses</span></tt>, <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Refactoring</span></tt>, and auto-completion now work within f-string expressions, Wing's built-in code warnings work with named tuples, the Source Assistant displays more detailed and complete value type information, and code warning indicators are updated more cleanly during edits.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">And More</h3> <p>Wing 8 also adds support for Python 3.10, native executable for Apple Silicon (M1) hardware, a new Nord style display theme, reduced application startup time, and much more.</p> <p>For a complete list of new features in Wing 8, see <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/wingide/whatsnew">What's New in Wing 8</a>.</p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> Try Wing 8 Now!</h2> <br><p>Wing 8 is an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. Find out how Wing 8 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it today.</p> <p><strong>Downloads:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/8.0/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/8.0/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/8.0/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/upgrading">Upgrading</a> for details on upgrading from Wing 7 and earlier, and <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/migrating">Migrating from Older Versions</a> for a list of compatibility notes.</p> </div> https://wingware.com/news/2021-09-28Tue, 28 Sep 2021 01:00:00 GMTWing Python IDE Version 8.0.3 - August 31, 2021https://wingware.com/news/2021-08-31<p>Wing 8.0.3 allows specifying the Django settings module for unit tests with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">--settings=&lt;name&gt;</span></tt> in <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Run</span> <span class="pre">Args</span></tt> on the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Testing</span></tt> page of <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Project</span> <span class="pre">Properties</span></tt>, fixes using an <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Activated</span> <span class="pre">Env</span></tt> that contains spaces in its path, prevents failure to reformat code on remote hosts and containers, fixes searching in files with non-ascii characters, and makes several other improvements.</p> <p>See the <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/pub/wingpro/8.0.3.0/CHANGELOG.txt">change log</a> for details.</p> <p><strong>Download Wing 8 Now:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/8.0/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/8.0/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/8.0/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> What's New in Wing 8.0</h2> <br><img src="https://wingware.com/images/news/2021-07-26/wing8-screenshot.png" alt="Wing 8 Screen Shot" backrefs="" class="doc-image" dupnames="" ids="" names="" /><br><div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Support for Containers and Clusters</h3> <p>Wing 8 adds support for developing, testing, and debugging Python code that runs inside containers, such as those provided by Docker and LXC/LXD, and clusters of containers managed by a container orchestration system like Docker Compose. A new <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Containers</span></tt> tool can be used to start, stop, and monitor container services, and new Docker container environments may be created during project creation.</p> <p>For details, see <a class="reference" href="/doc/proj/container-intro">Working with Containers and Clusters</a>.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">New Package Management Tool</h3> <p>Wing 8 adds a new <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Packages</span></tt> tool that provides the ability to install, remove, and update packages found in the Python environment used by your project. This supports pipenv, pip, and conda as the underlying package manager. Packages may be selected manually from PyPI or by package specifications found in a <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">requirements.txt</span></tt> or <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Pipfile</span></tt>.</p> <p>For details, see <a class="reference" href="/doc/packages/intro">Package Manager</a> .</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Project Creation</h3> <p>Wing 8 redesigns <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">New</span> <span class="pre">Project</span></tt> support so that the host, project directory, Python environment, and project type may all be selected independently. New projects may use either an existing or newly created source directory, optionally cloning code from a revision control repository. An existing or newly created Python environment may be selected, using virtualenv, pipenv, conda, or Docker.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Python Code Analysis and Warnings</h3> <p>Wing 8 expands the capabilities of Wing's static analysis engine, by improving its support for f-strings, named tuples, and other language constructs. <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Find</span> <span class="pre">Uses</span></tt>, <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Refactoring</span></tt>, and auto-completion now work within f-string expressions, Wing's built-in code warnings work with named tuples, the Source Assistant displays more detailed and complete value type information, and code warning indicators are updated more cleanly during edits.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">And More</h3> <p>Wing 8 also adds support for Python 3.10, native executable for Apple Silicon (M1) hardware, a new Nord style display theme, reduced application startup time, and much more.</p> <p>For a complete list of new features in Wing 8, see <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/wingide/whatsnew">What's New in Wing 8</a>.</p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> Try Wing 8 Now!</h2> <br><p>Wing 8 is an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. Find out how Wing 8 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it today.</p> <p><strong>Downloads:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/8.0/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/8.0/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/8.0/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/upgrading">Upgrading</a> for details on upgrading from Wing 7 and earlier, and <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/migrating">Migrating from Older Versions</a> for a list of compatibility notes.</p> </div> https://wingware.com/news/2021-08-31Tue, 31 Aug 2021 01:00:00 GMTWing Python IDE Version 8 - July 26, 2021https://wingware.com/news/2021-07-26<p>Wing 8 introduces support for development on Docker and LXC/LXD containers and Docker Compose clusters, a Python package management tool, improved project creation, improved static analysis and code warnings, support for Python 3.10, a native Apple Silicon (M1) build, a new Nord style theme, reduced application startup time, and much more.</p> <p>See the <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/pub/wingpro/8.0.1.0/CHANGELOG.txt">change log</a> for details.</p> <p><strong>Download Wing 8 Now:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/8.0/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/8.0/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/8.0/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> What's New in Wing 8.0</h2> <br><img src="https://wingware.com/images/news/2021-07-26/wing8-screenshot.png" alt="Wing 8 Screen Shot" backrefs="" class="doc-image" dupnames="" ids="" names="" /><br><div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Support for Containers and Clusters</h3> <p>Wing 8 adds support for developing, testing, and debugging Python code that runs inside containers, such as those provided by Docker and LXC/LXD, and clusters of containers managed by a container orchestration system like Docker Compose. A new <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Containers</span></tt> tool can be used to start, stop, and monitor container services, and new Docker container environments may be created during project creation.</p> <p>For details, see <a class="reference" href="/doc/proj/container-intro">Working with Containers and Clusters</a>.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">New Package Management Tool</h3> <p>Wing 8 adds a new <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Packages</span></tt> tool that provides the ability to install, remove, and update packages found in the Python environment used by your project. This supports pipenv, pip, and conda as the underlying package manager. Packages may be selected manually from PyPI or by package specifications found in a <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">requirements.txt</span></tt> or <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Pipfile</span></tt>.</p> <p>For details, see <a class="reference" href="/doc/packages/intro">Package Manager</a> .</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Project Creation</h3> <p>Wing 8 redesigns <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">New</span> <span class="pre">Project</span></tt> support so that the host, project directory, Python environment, and project type may all be selected independently. New projects may use either an existing or newly created source directory, optionally cloning code from a revision control repository. An existing or newly created Python environment may be selected, using virtualenv, pipenv, conda, or Docker.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Python Code Analysis and Warnings</h3> <p>Wing 8 expands the capabilities of Wing's static analysis engine, by improving its support for f-strings, named tuples, and other language constructs. <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Find</span> <span class="pre">Uses</span></tt>, <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Refactoring</span></tt>, and auto-completion now work within f-string expressions, Wing's built-in code warnings work with named tuples, the Source Assistant displays more detailed and complete value type information, and code warning indicators are updated more cleanly during edits.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">And More</h3> <p>Wing 8 also adds support for Python 3.10, native executable for Apple Silicon (M1) hardware, a new Nord style display theme, reduced application startup time, and much more.</p> <p>For a complete list of new features in Wing 8, see <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/wingide/whatsnew">What's New in Wing 8</a>.</p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> Try Wing 8 Now!</h2> <br><p>Wing 8 is an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. Find out how Wing 8 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it today.</p> <p><strong>Downloads:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/8.0/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/8.0/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/8.0/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/upgrading">Upgrading</a> for details on upgrading from Wing 7 and earlier, and <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/migrating">Migrating from Older Versions</a> for a list of compatibility notes.</p> </div> https://wingware.com/news/2021-07-26Mon, 26 Jul 2021 01:00:00 GMTWing Python IDE 7.2.9 - April 12, 2021https://wingware.com/news/2021-04-12<p>Wing 7.2.9 adds remote development for 64-bit Raspberry Pi, improves auto-closing of quotes, optimizes change tracking when large numbers of project files change at once, improves debugger data display for some value types, and makes a number of other usability improvements.</p> <p>See the <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/pub/wingpro/7.2.9.0/CHANGELOG.txt">change log</a> for details.</p> <p><strong>Download Wing 7.2.9 Now:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> What's New in Wing 7.2</h2> <br><img src="https://wingware.com/images/news/2020-01-14/wing-7.2-screenshot.png" alt="Wing 7.2.9 Screen Shot" backrefs="" class="doc-image" dupnames="" ids="" names="" /><br><div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Auto-Reformatting with Black and YAPF (Wing Pro)</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 adds support for <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/black/">Black</a> and <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/yapf/">YAPF</a> for code reformatting, in addition to the previously available built-in <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/autopep8/">autopep8</a> reformatting. To use Black or YAPF, they must first be installed into your Python with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">pip</span></tt>, <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span></tt>, or other package manager. Reformatting options are available from the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Source</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Reformatting</span></tt> menu group, and automatic reformatting may be configured in the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Editor</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Auto-reformatting</span></tt> preferences group.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/edit/auto-reformatting">Auto-Reformatting</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Support for Virtualenv</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 improves support for virtualenv by allowing the command that activates the environment to be entered in the Python Executable in Project Properties, Launch Configurations, and when creating new projects. The New Project dialog now also includes the option to create a new virtualenv along with the new project, optionally specifying packages to install.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/virtualenv">Using Wing with Virtualenv</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Support for Anaconda Environments</h3> <p>Similarly, Wing 7.2 adds support for Anaconda environments, so the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span> <span class="pre">activate</span></tt> command can be entered when configuring the Python Executable and the New Project dialog supports using an existing Anaconda environment or creating a new one along with the project.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/anaconda">Using Wing with Anaconda</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">And More</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 also introduces support for Python 3.9, adds How-Tos for using Wing with AWS and PyXLL, makes it easier to debug modules with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">python</span> <span class="pre">-m</span></tt>, adds support for Python 3 enums, supports remote development to 64-bit Raspberry Pi, simplifies manual configuration of remote debugging, allows using a command line for the configured <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Python</span> <span class="pre">Executable</span></tt>, supports constraining Find Uses of imported symbols to only the current file, improves vi mode, allows folding <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">.pyi</span></tt> and <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">.pi</span></tt> files, improves Debug I/O process management, enhances accuracy of some types of code warnings, supports remote development without SSH tunnels, improves debugger data display for some value types, improves support for recent macOS versions, and makes a number of usability and stability improvements.</p> <p>For a complete list of new features in Wing 7, see <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/wingide/whatsnew">What's New in Wing 7</a>.</p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> Try Wing 7.2 Now!</h2> <br><p>Wing 7.2 is an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. Find out how Wing 7.2 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it today.</p> <p><strong>Downloads:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/upgrading">Upgrading</a> for details on upgrading from Wing 6 and earlier, and <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/migrating">Migrating from Older Versions</a> for a list of compatibility notes.</p> </div> https://wingware.com/news/2021-04-12Mon, 12 Apr 2021 01:00:00 GMTWing Python IDE 7.2.8 - January 12, 2021https://wingware.com/news/2021-01-12<p>Wing 7.2.8 fixes reformatting selections for PEP8, corrects completion of code reformatting in remote files when code is unchanged, fixes problems analyzing incomplete 'def async' statements, correctly handles refactor module rename when the target name exists, adds a preference to control the delay before tooltips are shown, reduces the default tooltips delay, shows a warning when a file exceeds the configured maximum size for running external code checkers, and makes a number of other usability improvements.</p> <p>See the <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/pub/wingpro/7.2.8.0/CHANGELOG.txt">change log</a> for details.</p> <p><strong>Download Wing 7.2.8 Now:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> What's New in Wing 7.2</h2> <br><img src="https://wingware.com/images/news/2020-01-14/wing-7.2-screenshot.png" alt="Wing 7.2.8 Screen Shot" backrefs="" class="doc-image" dupnames="" ids="" names="" /><br><div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Auto-Reformatting with Black and YAPF (Wing Pro)</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 adds support for <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/black/">Black</a> and <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/yapf/">YAPF</a> for code reformatting, in addition to the previously available built-in <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/autopep8/">autopep8</a> reformatting. To use Black or YAPF, they must first be installed into your Python with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">pip</span></tt>, <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span></tt>, or other package manager. Reformatting options are available from the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Source</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Reformatting</span></tt> menu group, and automatic reformatting may be configured in the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Editor</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Auto-reformatting</span></tt> preferences group.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/edit/auto-reformatting">Auto-Reformatting</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Support for Virtualenv</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 improves support for virtualenv by allowing the command that activates the environment to be entered in the Python Executable in Project Properties, Launch Configurations, and when creating new projects. The New Project dialog now also includes the option to create a new virtualenv along with the new project, optionally specifying packages to install.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/virtualenv">Using Wing with Virtualenv</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Support for Anaconda Environments</h3> <p>Similarly, Wing 7.2 adds support for Anaconda environments, so the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span> <span class="pre">activate</span></tt> command can be entered when configuring the Python Executable and the New Project dialog supports using an existing Anaconda environment or creating a new one along with the project.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/anaconda">Using Wing with Anaconda</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">And More</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 also introduces support for Python 3.9, adds How-Tos for using Wing with AWS and PyXLL, makes it easier to debug modules with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">python</span> <span class="pre">-m</span></tt>, adds support for Python 3 enums, simplifies manual configuration of remote debugging, allows using a command line for the configured <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Python</span> <span class="pre">Executable</span></tt>, supports constraining Find Uses of imported symbols to only the current file, improves vi mode, allows folding <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">.pyi</span></tt> and <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">.pi</span></tt> files, improves Debug I/O process management, enhances accuracy of some types of code warnings, and makes a number of usability and stability improvements.</p> <p>For a complete list of new features in Wing 7, see <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/wingide/whatsnew">What's New in Wing 7</a>.</p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> Try Wing 7.2 Now!</h2> <br><p>Wing 7.2 is an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. Find out how Wing 7.2 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it today.</p> <p><strong>Downloads:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/upgrading">Upgrading</a> for details on upgrading from Wing 6 and earlier, and <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/migrating">Migrating from Older Versions</a> for a list of compatibility notes.</p> </div> https://wingware.com/news/2021-01-12Tue, 12 Jan 2021 01:00:00 GMTWing Python IDE 7.2.7 - November 13, 2020https://wingware.com/news/2020-11-13<p>Wing 7.2.7 improves running unit tests for Django and other testing frameworks, fixes Command-Alt-Click to add multiple selections on macOS, changes Goto Source in the Testing tool to display the innermost project file stack frame, and makes a number of other usability improvements.</p> <p><strong>Download Wing 7.2.7 Now:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> What's New in Wing 7.2</h2> <br><img src="https://wingware.com/images/news/2020-01-14/wing-7.2-screenshot.png" alt="Wing 7.2.7 Screen Shot" backrefs="" class="doc-image" dupnames="" ids="" names="" /><br><div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Auto-Reformatting with Black and YAPF (Wing Pro)</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 adds support for <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/black/">Black</a> and <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/yapf/">YAPF</a> for code reformatting, in addition to the previously available built-in <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/autopep8/">autopep8</a> reformatting. To use Black or YAPF, they must first be installed into your Python with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">pip</span></tt>, <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span></tt>, or other package manager. Reformatting options are available from the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Source</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Reformatting</span></tt> menu group, and automatic reformatting may be configured in the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Editor</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Auto-reformatting</span></tt> preferences group.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/edit/auto-reformatting">Auto-Reformatting</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Support for Virtualenv</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 improves support for virtualenv by allowing the command that activates the environment to be entered in the Python Executable in Project Properties, Launch Configurations, and when creating new projects. The New Project dialog now also includes the option to create a new virtualenv along with the new project, optionally specifying packages to install.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/virtualenv">Using Wing with Virtualenv</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Support for Anaconda Environments</h3> <p>Similarly, Wing 7.2 adds support for Anaconda environments, so the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span> <span class="pre">activate</span></tt> command can be entered when configuring the Python Executable and the New Project dialog supports using an existing Anaconda environment or creating a new one along with the project.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/anaconda">Using Wing with Anaconda</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">And More</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 also introduces support for Python 3.9, adds How-Tos for using Wing with AWS and PyXLL, makes it easier to debug modules with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">python</span> <span class="pre">-m</span></tt>, adds support for Python 3 enums, simplifies manual configuration of remote debugging, allows using a command line for the configured <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Python</span> <span class="pre">Executable</span></tt>, supports constraining Find Uses of imported symbols to only the current file, improves vi mode, allows folding <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">.pyi</span></tt> and <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">.pi</span></tt> files, improves Debug I/O process management, enhances accuracy of some types of code warnings, and makes a number of usability and stability improvements.</p> <p>For details see the <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/pub/wingpro/7.2.7.0/CHANGELOG.txt">change log</a>.</p> <p>For a complete list of new features in Wing 7, see <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/wingide/whatsnew">What's New in Wing 7</a>.</p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> Try Wing 7.2 Now!</h2> <br><p>Wing 7.2 is an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. Find out how Wing 7.2 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it today.</p> <p><strong>Downloads:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/upgrading">Upgrading</a> for details on upgrading from Wing 6 and earlier, and <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/migrating">Migrating from Older Versions</a> for a list of compatibility notes.</p> </div> https://wingware.com/news/2020-11-13Fri, 13 Nov 2020 01:00:00 GMTWing Python IDE 7.2.6 - October 7, 2020https://wingware.com/news/2020-10-07<p>Wing 7.2.6 improves exception reporting for pytest, implements 2w in vi mode, fixes problems with setting up a new Django project, improves auto-spacing for / and :, reduces CPU use when analyzing and waiting for remote files, and makes a number of usability improvements.</p> <br><img src="https://wingware.com/images/news/2020-01-14/wing-7.2-screenshot.png" alt="Wing 7.2.6 Screen Shot" backrefs="" class="doc-image" dupnames="" ids="" names="" /><p><strong>Download Wing 7.2.6 Now:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> What's New in Wing 7.2</h2> <br><div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Auto-Reformatting with Black and YAPF (Wing Pro)</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 adds support for <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/black/">Black</a> and <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/yapf/">YAPF</a> for code reformatting, in addition to the previously available built-in <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/autopep8/">autopep8</a> reformatting. To use Black or YAPF, they must first be installed into your Python with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">pip</span></tt>, <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span></tt>, or other package manager. Reformatting options are available from the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Source</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Reformatting</span></tt> menu group, and automatic reformatting may be configured in the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Editor</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Auto-reformatting</span></tt> preferences group.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/edit/auto-reformatting">Auto-Reformatting</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Support for Virtualenv</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 improves support for virtualenv by allowing the command that activates the environment to be entered in the Python Executable in Project Properties, Launch Configurations, and when creating new projects. The New Project dialog now also includes the option to create a new virtualenv along with the new project, optionally specifying packages to install.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/virtualenv">Using Wing with Virtualenv</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Support for Anaconda Environments</h3> <p>Similarly, Wing 7.2 adds support for Anaconda environments, so the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span> <span class="pre">activate</span></tt> command can be entered when configuring the Python Executable and the New Project dialog supports using an existing Anaconda environment or creating a new one along with the project.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/anaconda">Using Wing with Anaconda</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">And More</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 also introduces support for Python 3.9, adds How-Tos for using Wing with AWS and PyXLL, makes it easier to debug modules with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">python</span> <span class="pre">-m</span></tt>, adds support for Python 3 enums, simplifies manual configuration of remote debugging, allows using a command line for the configured <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Python</span> <span class="pre">Executable</span></tt>, supports constraining Find Uses of imported symbols to only the current file, improves vi mode, allows folding <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">.pyi</span></tt> and <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">.pi</span></tt> files, improves Debug I/O process management, enhances accuracy of some types of code warnings, and makes a number of usability and stability improvements.</p> <p>For details see the <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/pub/wingpro/7.2.6.0/CHANGELOG.txt">change log</a>.</p> <p>For a complete list of new features in Wing 7, see <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/wingide/whatsnew">What's New in Wing 7</a>.</p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> Try Wing 7.2 Now!</h2> <br><p>Wing 7.2 is an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. Find out how Wing 7.2 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it today.</p> <p><strong>Downloads:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/upgrading">Upgrading</a> for details on upgrading from Wing 6 and earlier, and <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/migrating">Migrating from Older Versions</a> for a list of compatibility notes.</p> </div> https://wingware.com/news/2020-10-07Wed, 07 Oct 2020 01:00:00 GMTWing Python IDE 7.2.5 - September 9, 2020https://wingware.com/news/2020-09-09<p>Wing 7.2.5 enhances the accuracy of some types of code warnings, improves Debug I/O process management, streamlines new virtualenv creation, implements vi mode :[range]y, and makes a number of usability improvements.</p> <br><img src="https://wingware.com/images/news/2020-01-14/wing-7.2-screenshot.png" alt="Wing 7.2.5 Screen Shot" backrefs="" class="doc-image" dupnames="" ids="" names="" /><p><strong>Download Wing 7.2.5 Now:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> What's New in Wing 7.2</h2> <br><div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Auto-Reformatting with Black and YAPF (Wing Pro)</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 adds support for <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/black/">Black</a> and <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/yapf/">YAPF</a> for code reformatting, in addition to the previously available built-in <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/autopep8/">autopep8</a> reformatting. To use Black or YAPF, they must first be installed into your Python with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">pip</span></tt>, <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span></tt>, or other package manager. Reformatting options are available from the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Source</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Reformatting</span></tt> menu group, and automatic reformatting may be configured in the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Editor</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Auto-reformatting</span></tt> preferences group.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/edit/auto-reformatting">Auto-Reformatting</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Support for Virtualenv</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 improves support for virtualenv by allowing the command that activates the environment to be entered in the Python Executable in Project Properties, Launch Configurations, and when creating new projects. The New Project dialog now also includes the option to create a new virtualenv along with the new project, optionally specifying packages to install.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/virtualenv">Using Wing with Virtualenv</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Support for Anaconda Environments</h3> <p>Similarly, Wing 7.2 adds support for Anaconda environments, so the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span> <span class="pre">activate</span></tt> command can be entered when configuring the Python Executable and the New Project dialog supports using an existing Anaconda environment or creating a new one along with the project.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/anaconda">Using Wing with Anaconda</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">And More</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 also introduces support for Python 3.9, adds How-Tos for using Wing with AWS and PyXLL, makes it easier to debug modules with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">python</span> <span class="pre">-m</span></tt>, adds support for Python 3 enums, simplifies manual configuration of remote debugging, allows using a command line for the configured <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Python</span> <span class="pre">Executable</span></tt>, supports constraining Find Uses of imported symbols to only the current file, allows folding <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">.pyi</span></tt> and <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">.pi</span></tt> files, improves Debug I/O process management, enhances accuracy of some types of code warnings, and makes a number of usability and stability improvements.</p> <p>For details see the <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/pub/wingpro/7.2.5.0/CHANGELOG.txt">change log</a>.</p> <p>For a complete list of new features in Wing 7, see <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/wingide/whatsnew">What's New in Wing 7</a>.</p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> Try Wing 7.2 Now!</h2> <br><p>Wing 7.2 is an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. Find out how Wing 7.2 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it today.</p> <p><strong>Downloads:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/upgrading">Upgrading</a> for details on upgrading from Wing 6 and earlier, and <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/migrating">Migrating from Older Versions</a> for a list of compatibility notes.</p> </div> https://wingware.com/news/2020-09-09Wed, 09 Sep 2020 01:00:00 GMTWing Python IDE 7.2.4 - August 17, 2020https://wingware.com/news/2020-08-17<p>Wing 7.2.4 introduces support for Python 3.9, adds a preference to set the size of white space indicators, and makes a number of usability improvements.</p> <br><img src="https://wingware.com/images/news/2020-01-14/wing-7.2-screenshot.png" alt="Wing 7.2.4 Screen Shot" backrefs="" class="doc-image" dupnames="" ids="" names="" /><p><strong>Download Wing 7.2.4 Now:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> What's New in Wing 7.2</h2> <br><div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Auto-Reformatting with Black and YAPF (Wing Pro)</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 adds support for <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/black/">Black</a> and <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/yapf/">YAPF</a> for code reformatting, in addition to the previously available built-in <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/autopep8/">autopep8</a> reformatting. To use Black or YAPF, they must first be installed into your Python with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">pip</span></tt>, <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span></tt>, or other package manager. Reformatting options are available from the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Source</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Reformatting</span></tt> menu group, and automatic reformatting may be configured in the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Editor</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Auto-reformatting</span></tt> preferences group.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/edit/auto-reformatting">Auto-Reformatting</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Support for Virtualenv</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 improves support for virtualenv by allowing the command that activates the environment to be entered in the Python Executable in Project Properties, Launch Configurations, and when creating new projects. The New Project dialog now also includes the option to create a new virtualenv along with the new project, optionally specifying packages to install.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/virtualenv">Using Wing with Virtualenv</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Support for Anaconda Environments</h3> <p>Similarly, Wing 7.2 adds support for Anaconda environments, so the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span> <span class="pre">activate</span></tt> command can be entered when configuring the Python Executable and the New Project dialog supports using an existing Anaconda environment or creating a new one along with the project.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/anaconda">Using Wing with Anaconda</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">And More</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 also introduces support for Python 3.9, adds How-Tos for using Wing with AWS and PyXLL, makes it easier to debug modules with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">python</span> <span class="pre">-m</span></tt>, adds support for Python 3 enums, simplifies manual configuration of remote debugging, allows using a command line for the configured <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Python</span> <span class="pre">Executable</span></tt>, supports constraining Find Uses of imported symbols to only the current file, allows folding <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">.pyi</span></tt> and <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">.pi</span></tt> files, and makes a number of usability and stability improvements.</p> <p>For details see the <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/pub/wingpro/7.2.4.0/CHANGELOG.txt">change log</a>.</p> <p>For a complete list of new features in Wing 7, see <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/wingide/whatsnew">What's New in Wing 7</a>.</p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> Try Wing 7.2 Now!</h2> <br><p>Wing 7.2 is an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. Find out how Wing 7.2 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it today.</p> <p><strong>Downloads:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/upgrading">Upgrading</a> for details on upgrading from Wing 6 and earlier, and <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/migrating">Migrating from Older Versions</a> for a list of compatibility notes.</p> </div> https://wingware.com/news/2020-08-17Mon, 17 Aug 2020 01:00:00 GMTWing Python IDE 7.2.3 - July 13, 2020https://wingware.com/news/2020-07-13<p>Wing 7.2.3 introduces a How-To for using Wing with PyXLL, adds folding in .pyi and .pi files, fixes opening files from the macOS Catalina Finder, and makes many usability improvements.</p> <br><img src="https://wingware.com/images/news/2020-01-14/wing-7.2-screenshot.png" alt="Wing 7.2.3 Screen Shot" backrefs="" class="doc-image" dupnames="" ids="" names="" /><p><strong>Download Wing 7.2.3 Now:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> What's New in Wing 7.2</h2> <br><div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Auto-Reformatting with Black and YAPF (Wing Pro)</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 adds support for <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/black/">Black</a> and <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/yapf/">YAPF</a> for code reformatting, in addition to the previously available built-in <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/autopep8/">autopep8</a> reformatting. To use Black or YAPF, they must first be installed into your Python with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">pip</span></tt>, <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span></tt>, or other package manager. Reformatting options are available from the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Source</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Reformatting</span></tt> menu group, and automatic reformatting may be configured in the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Editor</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Auto-reformatting</span></tt> preferences group.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/edit/auto-reformatting">Auto-Reformatting</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Support for Virtualenv</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 improves support for virtualenv by allowing the command that activates the environment to be entered in the Python Executable in Project Properties, Launch Configurations, and when creating new projects. The New Project dialog now also includes the option to create a new virtualenv along with the new project, optionally specifying packages to install.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/virtualenv">Using Wing with Virtualenv</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Support for Anaconda Environments</h3> <p>Similarly, Wing 7.2 adds support for Anaconda environments, so the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span> <span class="pre">activate</span></tt> command can be entered when configuring the Python Executable and the New Project dialog supports using an existing Anaconda environment or creating a new one along with the project.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/anaconda">Using Wing with Anaconda</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">And More</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 also introduces How-Tos for using Wing with AWS and PyXLL, makes it easier to debug modules with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">python</span> <span class="pre">-m</span></tt>, adds support for Python 3 enums, simplifies manual configuration of remote debugging, allows using a command line for the configured <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Python</span> <span class="pre">Executable</span></tt>, supports constraining Find Uses of imported symbols to only the current file, allows folding <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">.pyi</span></tt> and <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">.pi</span></tt> files, and makes a number of usability and stability improvements.</p> <p>For details see the <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/pub/wingpro/7.2.3.0/CHANGELOG.txt">change log</a>.</p> <p>For a complete list of new features in Wing 7, see <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/wingide/whatsnew">What's New in Wing 7</a>.</p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> Try Wing 7.2 Now!</h2> <br><p>Wing 7.2 is an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. Find out how Wing 7.2 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it today.</p> <p><strong>Downloads:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/upgrading">Upgrading</a> for details on upgrading from Wing 6 and earlier, and <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/migrating">Migrating from Older Versions</a> for a list of compatibility notes.</p> </div> https://wingware.com/news/2020-07-13Mon, 13 Jul 2020 01:00:00 GMTWing Python IDE 7.2.2 - March 30, 2020https://wingware.com/news/2020-03-30<p>Wing 7.2.2 introduces a How-To for using Wing with AWS, adds support for Python 3 enums, allows constraining Find Uses of imported symbols to only the current file, and makes a number of usability and stability improvements.</p> <br><img src="https://wingware.com/images/news/2020-01-14/wing-7.2-screenshot.png" alt="Wing 7.2.2 Screen Shot" backrefs="" class="doc-image" dupnames="" ids="" names="" /><p><strong>Download Wing 7.2.2 Now:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> What's New in Wing 7.2</h2> <br><div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Auto-Reformatting with Black and YAPF (Wing Pro)</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 adds support for <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/black/">Black</a> and <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/yapf/">YAPF</a> for code reformatting, in addition to the previously available built-in <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/autopep8/">autopep8</a> reformatting. To use Black or YAPF, they must first be installed into your Python with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">pip</span></tt>, <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span></tt>, or other package manager. Reformatting options are available from the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Source</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Reformatting</span></tt> menu group, and automatic reformatting may be configured in the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Editor</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Auto-reformatting</span></tt> preferences group.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/edit/auto-reformatting">Auto-Reformatting</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Support for Virtualenv</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 improves support for virtualenv by allowing the command that activates the environment to be entered in the Python Executable in Project Properties, Launch Configurations, and when creating new projects. The New Project dialog now also includes the option to create a new virtualenv along with the new project, optionally specifying packages to install.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/virtualenv">Using Wing with Virtualenv</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Support for Anaconda Environments</h3> <p>Similarly, Wing 7.2 adds support for Anaconda environments, so the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span> <span class="pre">activate</span></tt> command can be entered when configuring the Python Executable and the New Project dialog supports using an existing Anaconda environment or creating a new one along with the project.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/anaconda">Using Wing with Anaconda</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">And More</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 also introduces a How-To for using Wing with AWS, makes it easier to debug modules with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">python</span> <span class="pre">-m</span></tt>, adds support for Python 3 enums, simplifies manual configuration of remote debugging, allows using a command line for the configured <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Python</span> <span class="pre">Executable</span></tt>, supports constraining Find Uses of imported symbols to only the current file, and makes a number of usability and stability improvements.</p> <p>For details see the <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/pub/wingpro/7.2.2.0/CHANGELOG.txt">change log</a>.</p> <p>For a complete list of new features in Wing 7, see <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/wingide/whatsnew">What's New in Wing 7</a>.</p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> Try Wing 7.2 Now!</h2> <br><p>Wing 7.2 is an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. Find out how Wing 7.2 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it today.</p> <p><strong>Downloads:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/upgrading">Upgrading</a> for details on upgrading from Wing 6 and earlier, and <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/migrating">Migrating from Older Versions</a> for a list of compatibility notes.</p> </div> https://wingware.com/news/2020-03-30Mon, 30 Mar 2020 01:00:00 GMTWing Python IDE 7.2.1 - January 29, 2020https://wingware.com/news/2020-01-29<p>Wing 7.2.1 fixes debug process group termination, avoids failures seen when pasting some Python code, prevents crashing in vi browse mode when the first line of the file is blank, and fixes some other usability issues.</p> <br><img src="https://wingware.com/images/news/2020-01-14/wing-7.2-screenshot.png" alt="Wing 7.2.1 Screen Shot" backrefs="" class="doc-image" dupnames="" ids="" names="" /><p><strong>Download Wing 7.2.1 Now:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> What's New in Wing 7.2</h2> <br><div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Auto-Reformatting with Black and YAPF (Wing Pro)</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 adds support for <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/black/">Black</a> and <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/yapf/">YAPF</a> for code reformatting, in addition to the previously available built-in <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/autopep8/">autopep8</a> reformatting. To use Black or YAPF, they must first be installed into your Python with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">pip</span></tt>, <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span></tt>, or other package manager. Reformatting options are available from the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Source</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Reformatting</span></tt> menu group, and automatic reformatting may be configured in the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Editor</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Auto-reformatting</span></tt> preferences group.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/edit/auto-reformatting">Auto-Reformatting</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Support for Virtualenv</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 improves support for virtualenv by allowing the command that activates the environment to be entered in the Python Executable in Project Properties, Launch Configurations, and when creating new projects. The New Project dialog now also includes the option to create a new virtualenv along with the new project, optionally specifying packages to install.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/virtualenv">Using Wing with Virtualenv</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Support for Anaconda Environments</h3> <p>Similarly, Wing 7.2 adds support for Anaconda environments, so the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span> <span class="pre">activate</span></tt> command can be entered when configuring the Python Executable and the New Project dialog supports using an existing Anaconda environment or creating a new one along with the project.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/anaconda">Using Wing with Anaconda</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">And More</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 also makes it easier to debug modules with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">python</span> <span class="pre">-m</span></tt>, simplifies manual configuration of remote debugging, allows using a command line for the configured <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Python</span> <span class="pre">Executable</span></tt>, and fixes a number of usability issues.</p> <p>For details see the <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/pub/wingpro/7.2.1.0/CHANGELOG.txt">change log</a>.</p> <p>For a complete list of new features in Wing 7, see <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/wingide/whatsnew">What's New in Wing 7</a>.</p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> Try Wing 7.2 Now!</h2> <br><p>Wing 7.2 is an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. Find out how Wing 7.2 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it today.</p> <p><strong>Downloads:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/upgrading">Upgrading</a> for details on upgrading from Wing 6 and earlier, and <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/migrating">Migrating from Older Versions</a> for a list of compatibility notes.</p> </div> https://wingware.com/news/2020-01-29Wed, 29 Jan 2020 01:00:00 GMTWing Python IDE 7.2 - January 20, 2020https://wingware.com/news/2020-01-20<p>Wing 7.2 adds auto-formatting with Black and YAPF, expanded support for virtualenv, support for Anaconda environments, easier debugging of modules launched with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">python</span> <span class="pre">-m</span></tt>, simplified manually configured remote debugging, and other improvements.</p> <br><img src="https://wingware.com/images/news/2020-01-14/wing-7.2-screenshot.png" alt="Wing 7.2 Screen Shot" backrefs="" class="doc-image" dupnames="" ids="" names="" /><p><strong>Download Wing 7.2 Now:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> What's New in Wing 7.2</h2> <br><div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Auto-Reformatting with Black and YAPF (Wing Pro)</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 adds support for <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/black/">Black</a> and <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/yapf/">YAPF</a> for code reformatting, in addition to the previously available built-in <a class="reference" href="https://pypi.org/project/autopep8/">autopep8</a> reformatting. To use Black or YAPF, they must first be installed into your Python with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">pip</span></tt>, <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span></tt>, or other package manager. Reformatting options are available from the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Source</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Reformatting</span></tt> menu group, and automatic reformatting may be configured in the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Editor</span> <span class="pre">&gt;</span> <span class="pre">Auto-reformatting</span></tt> preferences group.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/edit/auto-reformatting">Auto-Reformatting</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Improved Support for Virtualenv</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 improves support for virtualenv by allowing the command that activates the environment to be entered in the Python Executable in Project Properties, Launch Configurations, and when creating new projects. The New Project dialog now also includes the option to create a new virtualenv along with the new project, optionally specifying packages to install.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/virtualenv">Using Wing with Virtualenv</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">Support for Anaconda Environments</h3> <p>Similarly, Wing 7.2 adds support for Anaconda environments, so the <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">conda</span> <span class="pre">activate</span></tt> command can be entered when configuring the Python Executable and the New Project dialog supports using an existing Anaconda environment or creating a new one along with the project.</p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="/doc/howtos/anaconda">Using Wing with Anaconda</a> for details.</p> </div> <div class="section"> <h3 class="title-3">And More</h3> <p>Wing 7.2 also makes it easier to debug modules with <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">python</span> <span class="pre">-m</span></tt>, simplifies manual configuration of remote debugging, allows using a command line for the configured <tt class="literal"><span class="pre">Python</span> <span class="pre">Executable</span></tt>, and fixes a number of usability issues.</p> <p>For details see the <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/pub/wingpro/7.2.0.1/CHANGELOG.txt">change log</a>.</p> <p>For a complete list of new features in Wing 7, see <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/wingide/whatsnew">What's New in Wing 7</a>.</p> <br> <h2><img src="https://wingware.com/images/wing18.png"/> Try Wing 7.2 Now!</h2> <br><p>Wing 7.2 is an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. Find out how Wing 7.2 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it today.</p> <p><strong>Downloads:</strong> <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-pro/7.2/binaries">Wing Pro</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-personal/7.2/binaries">Wing Personal</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads/wing-101/7.2/binaries">Wing 101</a> | <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/downloads">Compare Products</a></p> <p>See <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/upgrading">Upgrading</a> for details on upgrading from Wing 6 and earlier, and <a class="reference" href="https://wingware.com/doc/install/migrating">Migrating from Older Versions</a> for a list of compatibility notes.</p> </div> https://wingware.com/news/2020-01-20Mon, 20 Jan 2020 01:00:00 GMT