Release Notes: This release fixes the template tool to properly supports 2nd+ like-named fields, adds several VI mode improvements, fixes replace in selection, avoids altering the caret position when auto-stripping trailing white space, avoids trying to use unsupported Python versions, and introduces about 20 other bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes support for Python 3.4rc1, fixes debugging matplotlib code with the Mac OS X backend, avoids hanging on large Perforce repositories, fixes debugging Django 1.6 templates, correctly starts debugging QThreads in Python 3.x, improves auto-spacing, fixes multi-line typing, avoids CPU intensive hanging on Linux, reports recursion exceptions correctly under Python 3.x, and fixes 30 other bugs.
Release Notes: This release adds support for matplotlib with Anaconda and Django 1.6, adds a preference to auto-add EOL at the end of files, allows disabling mouse wheel font zoom, and improves the look of tabbed areas in dark color palettes. It also fixes code analysis in files containing \r EOLs, typing in the middle of the toolbar search area, problems with backspace at the start of a line, VI mode ':' commands, dragging tools back into the main window, and about 30 other bugs.
Release Notes: This release includes support for Python 3.4beta1+, fixes file type registration on OS X, fixes a potential segfault after using tab to move from field to field, fixes several problems with the Snippets tool, fixes problems closing windows and quitting on Windows, optimizes the Messages tool to avoid slowing down the IDE, fixes problems saving syntax color preferences, updates and corrects the French localization, and fixes 23 other bugs.
Release Notes: This release introduces a redesigned and rewritten GUI that runs native also on OS X. New features include draggable tools and editors, a configurable toolbar, configurable editor and project context menus, lockable editor splits, optional Python Turbo completion (context-appropriate completion on all non-symbol keys), sharable color palettes and syntax highlighting configurations, named file sets, sharable launch configurations, asynchronous I/O in Debug Probe and Python Shell, an expanded and rewritten tutorial, and preliminary support for Python 3.4.
Release Notes: This minor maintenance release fixes dropped debugger connections when using Python 3.3, allows C debuggers such as gdb to attach to a debug process running under Python 3, allows auto-showing the Debug I/O tool only on first output for each debug session, avoids showing the run args dialog when restarting the debug process, and fixes eight other minor bugs.