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What is PyDev?

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

It comes with many goodies such as:

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For more details on the provided features, check the Features Matrix.

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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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The recommended way of using PyDev is bundled in LiClipse, which provides PyDev builtin as well as support for other languages such as Django Templates, Mako, RST, C++, CoffeScript, Dart, HTML, JavaScript, CSS, among others (also, by licensing LiClipse you directly support the development of PyDev).

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Release 3.9.1

  • Preferences
    • PyDev preferences may now be saved and persisted for each project or in the user settings (not just in the workspace).
    • Currently Save actions, Code Formatter, Typing and Imports are supported (more to come in upcoming releases).
    • The same pages in the preferences are used to save settings to (multiple) projects or user settings.
    • Configuration files are saved in Yaml format and are meant to be saved in version control.
  • Editor
    • The option to apply auto-formating was changed to apply any save actions in non-workspace files.
    • Editor icon improved for dark theme (patch by Fathony Luthfillah).
    • When running the pep8 code analysis, the markers shown are no longer 1 character off.
  • Django
    • Improved Django 1.7 support (patch by David Lehrian).
  • Profiling
    • Integration with PyVmMonitor: http://pyvmmonitor.github.io/ (currently only available for backers of the effort).
      • A profiling view was created where the location of PyVmMonitor should be specified.
      • Just turning the option on will make all runs from that point on run with the selected profile backend enabled.
  • Debugger
    • Connecting to subprocesses working in Python 3.4.
    • Attach to running process is now supported on Mac OS.
  • Others
    • Unset VIRTUAL_ENV before running external Python to protect the sys.path (patch by James Blackburn).
    • pytest: Expected failure is no longer marked as a failure.
    • pytest: The working dir is changed so that conftests are loaded properly (to workaround issue in pytest: https://bitbucket.org/hpk42/pytest/issue/639/conftest-being-loaded-twice-giving).
    • Fixed issue where an unused import would not be properly removed if it was not a from import.
    • Fixed exception when drawing minimap overview ruler.

Release 3.9.0

  • Vertical Indent Guide is now available (may be customized in PyDev > Editor > Vertical Indent Guide. PyDev-359).

  • Minimap

    • The horizontal scrollbar is shown by default (again). It's still possible to hide it in the Preferences > PyDev > Editor > Overview Ruler Minimap.
    • Fixed critical issue where the minimap could lead to a repaint recursion on some Linux versions (reproduced on Ubuntu 12. LiClipse-120).
  • The PYTHONPATH is now properly passed to PyLint when using an external executable (PyDev-475).

  • Fixed issue where breakpoints in other editors (i.e.: CDT) where wrongly being handled by PyDev (patch by Danny Yoo. PyDev-482).

  • Fixed issue doing code-completion for builtins in Jython (PyDev-457).

  • Interactive Console

    • When doing a code-completion with Ctrl+Space, let tab change the focus instead of doing the tab-enabled completion.
    • Output given from the backend could end up being editable (PyDev-465).
    • input() was including the prompt in the input string (PyDev-465).
    • Debugger console was outputting greeting message when it shouldn't (PyDev-464).
  • pep8: --exclude can now be used in pep8 parameters (patch by Sebastian Elsner. PyDev-466).

  • autopep8: end line delimiter is now being kept (patch by Ben Blank. PyDev-461).

  • Unittest integration: Making sure we don't import the unittest module before executing pytest (PyDev-455).

  • Unittest integration: Fix to use the proper encoding when passing stdout/stderr to the java side.

  • Fixed issue when debugging file without extension (when there was no default editor associated to the file name).

  • Debugger: getpass properly working with additional arguments (PyDev-460).







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