Wing 7.1 is a new release of Wingware's Python IDE product line. This release adds support for Python 3.8, warns about unused symbols, improves code warnings configuration, adds new icons for the auto-completer, project, and source browser, supports Dark Mode on OS X, and makes other improvements.
== Some Highlights of Wing 7.1 ==
Support for Python 3.8: Wing 7.1 supports editing, testing, and debugging code written for Python 3.8, so you can take advantage of assignment expressions and other improvements introduced in this new version of Python.
Improved Code Warnings: Wing 7.1 adds unused symbol warnings for imports, variables, and arguments found in Python code. This release also improves code warnings configuration, making it easier to disable unwanted warnings.
Cosmetic Improvements: Wing 7.1 improves the auto-completer, project tool, and code browser with redesigned icons that make use of Wing's icon color configuration. This release also improves text display on some Linux systems, supports Dark Mode on macOS, and improves display of Python code and icons found in documentation.
And More: Wing 7.1 also adds support for Windows 10 native OpenSSH installations for remote development, and makes a number of other minor improvements. This release drops support for macOS 10.11. System requirements remain unchanged on Windows and Linux.
For details see the change log: https://wingware.com/pub/wingpro/22.214.171.124/CHANGELOG.txt
For a complete list of new features in Wing 7, see What's New in Wing 7: https://wingware.com/wingide/whatsnew
== Downloads ==
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See Upgrading https://wingware.com/doc/install/upgrading for details on upgrading from Wing 6 and earlier, and Migrating from Older Versions https://wingware.com/doc/install/migrating for a list of compatibility notes.