Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Wing IDE 4.1.10 released

Wingware has released version 4.1.10 of Wing IDE, our integrated development environment designed specifically for the Python programming language.

Wing IDE is a cross-platform Python IDE that provides a professional quality code editor with vi, emacs, and other key bindings, auto-completion, call tips, refactoring, context-aware auto-editing, a powerful graphical debugger, version control, unit testing, search, and many other features.

This minor release includes:
  • Allow setting syntax highlighting colors for all supported file types
  • Added Previous/Next buttons to the Find Uses tool
  • Added more line editing key bindings in default keyboard personality
  • Added Close Others to the Open Files tool's context menu
  • Updated German localization (thanks to Chris Heitkamp!)
  • Added character order fixup auto-editing operation (such as x(.) -> x().)
  • Preference for maximum file size to try to open (default is 100MB)
  • Enter during rename, move, and introduce var refactoring does the operation
  • Fix typing and pasting into rectangular selection in non-VI keyboard modes
  • Recognize *.m as matlab file by default
  • Find Uses prioritizes current file over the rest of the project
  • Several auto-editing and Turbo completion mode fixes
  • Fix VI mode r (replace char) on non-ascii characters
  • About 15 other bug fixes and minor improvements
      See the details in the change log.

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        1. [Original comment deleted by author, but I'll answer anyway :-] To use virtualenv with Wing, just point the Python Executable in Project Properties (or the Configure Python dialog in Wing 101) to the virtualenv's Python. I'll see if we can add docs to clarify that.