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PyDev is a Python IDE for Eclipse, which may be used in Python, Jython and IronPython development.

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First time users are strongly advised to read the Getting started guide which explains how to properly configure PyDev.

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Release 5.2.0

  • Important PyDev now requires Java 8 and Eclipse 4.5 onwards.

    • PyDev 4.5.5 is the last release supporting Java 7 and Eclipse 3.8.
    • See: update sites page for the update site of older versions of PyDev.
    • See: the PyDev does not appear after install section on the download page for help on using a Java 8 vm in Eclipse.
  • Inital support for code-completion using PEP 484 static type declarations.

  • Debugger

    • Fixed racing condition where the variables view would not be properly shown in the debugger -- which made an additional select of the stack required in order to show the variables (#PyDev-672).
    • Reusing the existing stack from the thread in the debugger (so that the expanded state of the variables is properly kept on step over).
    • Fixed issue changing attribute of local variable in the variables view (#PyDev.Debugger-56).
    • Fixed issue on attach to process: it required the pydevd_tracing to be at the top-level and it was moved to _pydevd_bundle (restored it to be a public API).
  • Indentation

    • The default indent mode now changed to better follow PEP 8 guidelines:

      • Indenting directly after {, [, ( will add one indent level.
      • Indenting after another token in a line with a {, [, ( will indent to the {, [, ( level.
    • It's possible to restore previous indent modes (which either always indented to the parenthesis level or always indented a single level) in the preferences > PyDev > Editor > Typing.

  • Interactive console

    • IPython 5 now supported in interactive console (#PyDev-710).
    • Fixed issue executing single line with multiple statements in console.
    • Fixed issue executing a multiple line statement in Jython.
  • Others

    • The (fast) parser which detects the outline of a Python module now handles mixed indentation (and additional fixes which could result in log entries such as "Did not expect to find item below node: Assign...").
    • Support for unpacking generalizations (PEP 448) which could still result in a syntax error for the Python 3 grammar (#PyDev-701).
    • Fixed error in code analysis when the code is connected to an RTC source control (#PyDev-184, patch by Wesley Barroso Lopes)

Release 5.1.2

  • Important PyDev now requires Java 8 and Eclipse 4.5 onwards.

    • PyDev 4.5.5 is the last release supporting Java 7 and Eclipse 3.8.
    • See: update sites page for the update site of older versions of PyDev.
    • See: the PyDev does not appear after install section on the download page for help on using a Java 8 vm in Eclipse.
  • The pytest integration was redone and should now work properly with the latest pytest.

    • Properly showing output of tests in PyUnit view.
    • Improved dealing with items filtered through Ctrl+F9.
    • Better support for xdist (no longer reporting that the session finished when only a slave finished).
    • Reporting skipped items as "skip" and not "ok".
    • Properly showing running tests on PyUnit view.
  • Not using tokenize.open() in Python 3.2 for the execfile custom implementation.

  • Expand and collapse keybindings changed to use the Numpad entries (so that they don't override the add/subtract used for zooming). #PyDev 695.

  • The hover in PyDev has an implementation which is now more flexible and easier to extend in plugins (patch by Mark A. Leone).

Release 5.0.0

  • Important PyDev now requires Java 8 and Eclipse 4.5 onwards.

    • PyDev 4.5.5 is the last release supporting Java 7 and Eclipse 3.8.
    • See: update sites page for the update site of older versions of PyDev.
    • See: the PyDev does not appear after install section on the download page for help on using a Java 8 vm in Eclipse.
  • PyUnit view now persists its state across restarts.

  • Fixed issue in super() code completion.

  • PyDev.Debugger updated to the latest version.

  • No longer showing un-needed shell on Linux on startup when showing donation dialog.

  • Fixed pyedit_wrap_expression to avoid halt of the IDE on Ctrl+1 -> Wrap expression.

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