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There are revamped prebuilt indexes for popular Python interpreters that make the standard library indexing in PyCharm much faster. This approach has also helped us decrease the size of the PyCharm installation.
You can now work directly with projects located in the WSL filesystem. With PyCharm you can now open any directory in \\wsl$. If the IDE detects a Python file in the directory, it will suggest creating a WSL-based interpreter. It also detects if there is an existing WSL interpreter. For version control, you can use the version of Git installed on your WSL instance.
PyCharm now automatically adds an import statement when you refer to a module or package name in your code and invoke code completion, which provides a list of available module members. Auto-import on code completion is also applied to some popular package name aliases, such as np for NumPy or pd for pandas.
PyCharm now recognizes methods that have several parameters with defined arguments. When you invoke code completion for such methods, PyCharm analyzes the context and offers completion suggestions for all parameters with local variables that have the same name.
PyCharm can validate the types of decorated methods based on the types and type hints of their decorators.
# type: ignorecomments and suppresses type checker errors in the editor.
Install a new Python package or browse through all the packages available
for download using the new Python Packages tool window, without having
to leave the editor. You can open it from the main menu at any time:
View | Tool Windows | Python Packages.
The Python Packages tool window will show all the installed packages and all the packages that are available in the PyPI repository.
You can now double-click on a tab in split mode to maximize it. Double-click it again to restore it to its original size.
Choose a code inspection profile before committing changes to VCS. To access this feature, click the gear icon on the divider panel in the Commit tool window to display the commit options, select the Analyze code checkbox, click Configure, and choose the desired profile. Profiles can be created in Preferences / Settings | Editor | Inspections.
Inspecting your CSS code with Stylelint is now easier. You can now fix problems
with this popular linter in just a few clicks. Hover over a problem in your file
or place the caret on it and press Alt+Enter,
then select Stylelint: Fix current file.
Additionally, you can now specify a path to the configuration file under the corresponding field in Preferences / Settings | Languages & Frameworks | Style Sheets | Stylelint.
When working with style sheets, you can now check the specificity of your selectors – just hover over a selector that you want to check. Alternatively, focus on a selector and press F1/Ctrl+Q (F1/Ctrl+J) to see this information in the Documentation popup.
We’ve added the new ORDER BY field, which lets you reorganize the table by applying a clause to a database table query. You can use stacked sorting by clicking on a column name while holding the Alt key. You can also now export filtered and ordered queries.
You can now use the UI to change the type of a field or edit data in MongoDB collections. Type changing can be done both in the context menu of the field and in the value editor.
Please note that features marked Pro only are supported only in PyCharm Professional Edition.