Pydev 1.4.7 Released

Discussion in 'Python' started by Fabio Zadrozny, Jul 9, 2009.

  1. Hi All,

    Pydev and Pydev Extensions 1.4.7 have been released

    Details on Pydev Extensions:
    Details on Pydev:
    Details on its development:

    Release Highlights in Pydev Extensions:

    * The interactive console can be used on the remote debugger
    * Remote debugger properly redirects contents from the server on multiple runs.
    * Providing context-independent completions when other completions are
    not available (until now, it only gave those completions for method
    * The number of chars required to show the context-insensitive
    completion can now be customized.
    * Fixed problem with Eclipse 3.5: "Invalid Thread Access" when trying
    to rename a class

    Release Highlights in Pydev:

    * Iron Python support
    * Fixed issue when configuring interpreter on Eclipse 3.3 and 3.2 (was
    using API only available in 3.4)
    * Google App Engine
    o Popup menus for google app engine are now working with eclipse 3.2
    o Fixed issues when google app engine project has spaces in path
    * Launching
    o Ctrl+F9 can be used to run as unit-test and select which tests
    will be run
    o F9 will now run the current editor based on the project type
    o Changed run icons
    o Run configurations can be created for the project
    o Run as unit-test can have --filter and --tests as a parameter
    set in the run configuration
    * Shift left can now shift even when there are less chars than the
    required indent string
    * Top-level modules on .egg files are now properly recognized
    * Auto-config fixed
    * Fixed problem when .pydevproject was not a parseable xml file (the
    pydev package explorer wouldn't work because of that)
    * When a new interpreter is created, it's properly selected in the tree
    * Code-completion better heuristic when analyzing function return
    that's called on self.
    * Code-completion in the interactive console now handles import
    sections correctly
    * Code formatter: Spaces after square and curly braces are no longer
    changed when an unary operator is found afterwards
    * Fixed problem when recognizing encodings (regexp was not correct)

    What is PyDev?

    PyDev is a plugin that enables users to use Eclipse for Python, Jython
    and Iron Python development -- making Eclipse a first class Python IDE
    -- It comes with many goodies such as code completion, syntax
    highlighting, syntax analysis, refactor, debug and many others.


    Fabio Zadrozny
    Software Developer


    Pydev Extensions

    Pydev - Python Development Environment for Eclipse
    Fabio Zadrozny, Jul 9, 2009
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  2. Morten Nygaard Aasnes, Jul 9, 2009
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  3. Yes.

    On Thu, Jul 9, 2009 at 3:32 AM, Morten Nygaard
    Aasnes<> wrote:
    > On 2009-07-08, Fabio Zadrozny <> wrote:
    >> Hi All,
    >> Pydev and Pydev Extensions 1.4.7 have been released
    >> Details on Pydev Extensions:
    >> Details on Pydev:
    >> Details on its development:

    > Nice! Will this work in Eclipse 3.5 as well?
    > --
    > Morten Nygaard Åsnes
    > --
    Fabio Zadrozny, Jul 9, 2009
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