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ANN: Wing Python IDE 7.0.4 Released


Wing Python IDE 7.0.4 has been released. Some of the highlights of this 
release include:

     Fix debugging notebooks with newer Jupyter versions
     Fix setting up a Django project with the default Python Executable
     Don't lose retained Debug I/O buffers after 60 seconds
     Avoid several incorrect code warnings
     Fix refactoring or finding points of use in code that has type hints
     Fix Move Program Counter in remote files
     Fix remote searching and Find Uses to include files that are not 
open in the editor
     Avoid displaying spurious Disk File is Newer dialogs when saving 
remote files
     Fix comparing two directories
     Avoid hanging up in file comparisons with large difference blocks
     Fix several problems in the extension scripting API
     Fix many other bugs

You can obtain this release with Check for Updates in Wing 7's Help menu 
or download it now:

https://wingware.com/downloads

**New in Wing 7**

Wing 7 introduces an improved code warnings and code quality inspection 
system that includes built-in error detection and tight integration with 
Pylint, pep8, and mypy. This release also adds a new data frame and 
array viewer, a MATLAB keyboard personality, easy inline debug data 
display with Shift-Space, improved stack data display, support for PEP 
3134 chained exceptions, callouts for search and other code navigation 
features, four new color palettes, improved bookmarking, a high-level 
configuration menu, magnified presentation mode, a new update manager, 
stepping over import internals, simplified remote agent installation, 
and much more.

For details see What's New in Wing 7:  https://wingware.com/wingide/whatsnew

**Try Wing 7 Now!**

Wing 7 is a an exciting new step for Wingware's Python IDE product line. 
Find out how Wing 7 can turbocharge your Python development by trying it 
today.

Download Wing 7.0.4: https://wingware.com/downloads

Wing 7 installs side by side with earlier versions of Wing, so there is 
no need to remove old versions in order to try it. Wing 7 will read and 
convert your old preferences, settings, and projects. Projects should be 
saved to a new name since earlier versions of Wing cannot read Wing 7 
projects.

See Upgrading https://wingware.com/doc/install/upgrading for details and 
Migrating from Older Versions https://wingware.com/doc/install/migrating 
for a list of compatibility notes.