We've just released Wing 6.0.8, a minor release that improves display of PEP 287 docstrings, fixes stability problems seen on Linux, fixes remote debugging of Django code, further improves remote development, adds some missing vi bindings, and makes about 30 other improvements. For details, see https://wingware.com/pub/wingide/6.0.8/CHANGELOG.txt

Wing 6 is the latest major release in Wingware's family of Python IDEs, including Wing Pro, Wing Personal, and Wing 101. Wing 6 adds many new features, introduces a new annual license option for Wing Pro, and makes Wing Personal free.

New Features in Wing 6

 * Improved Multiple Selections:  Quickly add selections and edit them
   all at once
 * Easy Remote Development:  Work seamlessly on remote Linux, OS X, and
   Raspberry Pi systems
 * Debugging in the Python Shell:  Reach breakpoints and exceptions in
   (and from) the Python Shell
 * Recursive Debugging:  Debug code invoked in the context of stack
   frames that are already being debugged
 * PEP 484 and PEP 526 Type Hinting:  Inform Wing's static analysis
   engine of types it cannot infer
 * Support for Python 3.6 and Stackless 3.4:  Use async and other new
   language features
 * Optimized debugger:  Run faster, particularly in multi-process and
   multi-threaded code
 * Support for OS X full screen mode:  Zoom to a virtual screen, with
   auto-hiding menu bar
 * Added a new One Dark color palette:  Enjoy the best dark display
   style yet
 * Updated French and German localizations:  Thanks to Jean Sanchez,
   Laurent Fasnacht, and Christoph Heitkamp

For a more detailed overview of new features see the release notice at https://wingware.com/news/2017-11-03

Annual License Option

Wing 6 adds the option of purchasing a lower-cost expiring annual license for Wing Pro. An annual license includes access to all available Wing Pro versions while it is valid, and then ceases to function until it is renewed. Pricing for annual licenses is US$ 179/user for Commercial Use and US$ 69/user for Non-Commercial Use.

Perpetual licenses for Wing Pro will continue to be available at the same pricing.

The cost of extending Support+Upgrades subscriptions on Non-Commercial Use perpetual licenses for Wing Pro has also been dropped from US$ 89 to US$ 39 per user.

For details, see https://wingware.com/store/

Wing Personal is Free

Wing Personal is now free and no longer requires a license to run. It now also includes the Source Browser, PyLint, and OS Commands tools, and supports the scripting API and Perspectives.

However, Wing Personal does not include Wing Pro's advanced editing, debugging, testing and code management features, such as remote development, refactoring, find uses, version control, unit testing, interactive debug probe, multi-process and child process debugging, move program counter, conditional breakpoints, debug watch, framework-specific support (for Jupyter, Django, and others), find symbol in project, and other features.


Release notice: https://wingware.com/news/2017-11-03
Downloads and Free Trial: https://wingware.com/downloads
Buy: https://wingware.com/store/purchase
Upgrade: https://wingware.com/store/upgrade

Questions?  Don't hesitate to email us at supp...@wingware.com.



Stephan Deibel
Wingware | Python IDE

The Intelligent Development Environment for Python Programmers



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