The first update for PyCharm 2017.3 was released a few days ago with a couple of fixes and small improvements.
Changes in PyCharm 2017.3.1 includes:
- Several issues with running Python modules (-m) were resolved: running modules remotely, showing command line after running
- Further issues with running code over SSH were resolved: they can now connect to IPv6 hosts from macOS, don’t misinterpret ProxyCommand: none, and correctly parse the HostKeyAlgorithms option (Connecting to a Python interpreter over SSH is only supported in PyCharm Professional Edition)
- Code insight for SQLAlchemy was improved, the issue with ‘incorrect call arguments’ has been fixed.
- And more, see the release notes for details
How to Install PyCharm 2017.3.1 in Ubuntu:
You can easily run the new release in Ubuntu via either:
method 1: official Linux binaries. NON-INSTALL version, just extract and run executable file to launch the IDE:
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method 2: or install the Snap package. WELL integrated with Ubuntu. Support for Ubuntu 16.04 and higher:
Simply open terminal via Ctrl+Alt+T or by searching for ‘terminal’ from app launcher. When it opens, run command:
sudo snap install pycharm-community --classic
For sudo prompts, input your password (no visual feedback while typing) when it asks and hit Enter.
For professional edition, run following command instead:
sudo snap install pycharm-professional --classic
Once installed, launch the IDE from your application launcher and enjoy!
To remove the snap packages, either use Ubuntu Software or run command in terminal:
sudo snap remove pycharm-community pycharm-professional